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The dashboard

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Last edited: Apr 02, 2020

Overview

This topic explains how to use the dashboard, the core interface of LaunchDarkly platform. The dashboard shows your feature flags and gives you many options to create, modify, and manage them.

Viewing feature flags

When you create a new feature flag, it appears on the dashboard in each of your environments. Similarly, deleting a feature flag removes it from all the environments in your project.

To learn more, read Creating a feature flag.

Use the search bar to filter by flag name, tag, key, or description, or create a new feature flag by clicking + Flag.

The dashboard with the "New" button called out.
The dashboard with the "New" button called out.

Flag statuses

The flag status indicator lets you see when a flag is active or inactive. It's important to understand flag statuses so you know which flags are safe to remove from your code.

Every feature flag has a status that reflects the state of a flag in each environment. For example, if the flag is listed as "Active" in your Production environment, LaunchDarkly is currently receiving requests for that flag using your Production SDK key.

The flag status indicator
The flag status indicator

The various flag statuses are explained below:

Status typeNameDefinition

flag status indicator new

NewThis flag is new and has not been requested yet.

flag status indicator active

ActiveLaunchDarkly is receiving requests for this flag.

flag status indicator launched

Launched

All users have been receiving one variation of this flag for 7 days.

The launched icon appears when a flag has been rolled out to users, even if all users are seeing the same variation of the flag, including the off variation.

You may be able to remove this flag from your code.

flag status indicator inactive

Inactive

This flag has not been requested for 7 days.

You may be able to remove this flag from your code.