To specify whom folks view a dashboard as, click. In the Properties window, choose who you want dashboard readers to view the dashboard as:
Me — Dashboard readers see data in the dashboard according to your
access to data.
For example, if you can only see Opportunities in Canada, then dashboard readers only see data about Opportunities in Canada.
A specified user — Dashboard readers see data in the dashboard
according to the data access level of whomever you specify.
For example, if you choose someone who can see Opportunities from any country, then dashboard readers see data about Opportunities from all countries.
- The logged in user — Dashboard readers see data as themselves, according to their own access to data.
Optionally, select Allow dashboard viewers to change this (dynamic dashboard) to enable a reader with appropriate user permissions to choose who they view the dashboard as. With the “View My Team’s Dashboards” user permission, the reader can view the dashboard as themself or as anyone beneath them in the role hierarchy. With the “View All Data” user permission, the reader can view the dashboard as anyone.
Remember, when you specify whom people view the dashboard as, they see data as though they were that person. Make sure that you aren't revealing sensitive data to too broad an audience.
In Lightning Experience, you can now edit, clone, and delete dynamic dashboards that were created in Salesforce Classic.