Dashboard Overview

Detailed walkthrough of the RudderStack dashboard

Once you sign up for RudderStack, you are presented with a dashboard that lets you set up and manage all your event data sources, destinations, and connections through an easy-to-use, intuitive UI.

RudderStack Dashboard


This option lets you configure and connect different data sources and destinations and build efficient data pipelines across your entire customer data stack.

See the Connections section for more details on setting up your data pipelines in RudderStack.


This option lists all your configured sources. You can also configure a new source by clicking on the Add Source button.

See the Connections section for more details on setting up sources in RudderStack.


This option lists all the configured destinations where you can send your event data. You can also configure a new destination by clicking on the Add Destination button.

See the Connections section for more details on destinations and how to set up a new destination in RudderStack.


This options lists all the available sources and destinations supported by RudderStack which you can use to set up your data pipelines.


With this option, you can write your own JavaScript functions to transform your events in a destination-specific format. You can also create your own libraries - a RudderStack feature that allows you to reuse the code written for a transformation in other transformations.

See the Transformations section to learn more about this feature.


This option lets you invite your teammates to collaborate on the current RudderStack workspace.

See the User Management section for more details on this option.

RudderStack Cloud Free allows you to invite up to 3 members in your workspace. To increase this limit, you will be required to upgrade to the Pro or Enterprise plan. Check out our pricing page for details on these plans, or log in to upgrade now.

Your RudderStack workspace also includes other important details like:

Workspace Token

A workspace token is a unique identifier associated with your current RudderStack workspace. It is useful when you want to install and set up open-source RudderStack or accessing various RudderStack API.

See the Install and Set up RudderStack guide for steps on installing open-source RudderStack in your preferred development environment.

See the RudderStack API guide for details on various available RudderStack API and how to use them.

Data Plane URL

This is the URL required for routing and processing your events to RudderStack.

Getting the Data Plane URL

  • If you're using the open-source version of RudderStack, you are required to set up your own data plane by installing and setting up RudderStack in your preferred development environment.

  • If you're using the enterprise version of RudderStack, contact us for the data plane URL with the email ID you used to sign up for RudderStack.

Contact Us

For more information on these RudderStack dashboard options, feel free to contact us. You can also talk to us on our Slack channel.