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Last updated on March 2, 2023
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Project Dashboard

Learn about the features available for managing projects with the Project Dashboard on Vercel.

Each Vercel project has a separate dashboard to configure settings, view deployments and analytics, and more.

This page will teach you about the functionality of the dashboard at a high level, and provide links to resources if you want to learn more in depth.

To get started with a project on Vercel, see our project docs. You can also create a new project with one of our templates.

The Project tab.

The Project Overview tab provides an overview of your production deployment, including its active Git branches, build logs, runtime logs, associated domains, and more.

The Active Branches section of the Project Overview tab.

The Project Overview's Active Branches gives you a quick view of your project's branches that are being actively committed to. The metadata we surface on these active branches further enables you to determine whether there's feedback to resolve or a deployment that needs your immediate attention.

Note: If your project isn't connected to a Git provider, you'll see a Preview Deployments section where Active Branches should be.

You can filter the list of active branches by a search term, and see the status of each branch's deployment at a glance with the colored circle icon to the left of the branch name.

From the Active Branches section, you can:

  • Redeploy a branch, if you have the appropriate permissions
  • View build logs for a branch's deployment
  • View a branch's corresponding pull request in your chosen Git provider
  • Copy a branch's deployment URL for sharing and viewing amongst members of your team. To share the preview with members outside of your team, see our docs on sharing preview URLs.

The Deployments tab.

The project dashboard lets you manage all your current and previous deployments associated with your project. To manage a deployment, select the project in the dashboard. Then click the Deployments tab from the top navigation.

You can sort your deployments by branch, or by status. You can also interact with your deployment by redeploying it, inspecting it, assigning it a domain, and more.

See our docs on managing deployments to learn more.

Web Vitals data under the Analytics tab.

You can learn how users interact with your website by using the Analytics tab. Through Audiences, Vercel exposes data about your audiences, such as the top pages, top referrers, and visitor demographics. You can learn about your site's performance with Web Vitals.

To learn more, see the following docs:

Layout to visualize the runtime logs.
Layout to visualize the runtime logs.
Layout to visualize the runtime logs.

The Logs tab inside your project dashboard allows you to view, search, inspect, and share your runtime logs without any third-party integration. You can filter and group your runtime logs based on the relevant fields.

Learn more in our runtime log docs.

Edge Config is available in Beta on all plans

The Edge Config tab.

Edge Config is a key-value data store associated with your Vercel account. It enables you to read data at the edge without querying an external database. You can use it to check feature flags, initiate redirects, or block malicious IPs at the speed of the Edge, without hitting upstream servers.

The Edge Config tab lets you manage Edge Configs associated with your project. Edge Configs are created for accounts, and can be associated with multiple projects.

Learn more in our Edge Config docs.

The Settings tab.

The Settings tab lets you configure your project. You can change the project's name, specify its root directory, configure environment variables and more directly in the dashboard.

Learn more in our project settings docs.