Use table type of widget when you have multiple data points to be grouped by certain parameters.
Name: Provide a name for the widget. You could add a description for the widget that is displayed above the widget on the dashboard.
Query for the data in widget: Type in your search query for the data to be populated on the widget. For information on search queries, refer to Search Tutorial.
Using the search action menu, you can view the frequently-used QQL queries, save, and manage them with ease. Looking for the different actions on the search queries, see Search Actions.
Filters: Select the filters to narrow down your search results.
Group By: Select the categorization parameter for the data fetched by search query.
Limit To: Select the limitations from TOP 3, TOP 5, TOP 10 for the data to be populated in the widget.
Extras: Select check box to enable comparison data between two data points. For the second data point to be populated, provide the search query for comparison, a label for the count, and choose if the second data point is superset, subset or a distinct set of the first query you provided.
Preview: Displays the preview of the widget depending on the widget settings you configure.
Widget Preferences: Configure the widget preferences such as display of pie chat or doughnut chart, show or hide legend, and show or hide widget labels.