After installing a custom dashboard, it's not possible to remove it and get back the original dashboard which includes information related to the current user only. How can I remove all custom dashboards to get back the original one?
@chad thanks, that worked.
But I guess I have two questions now. There wasn't an obvious object id for the dashboard, and I had no idea where to find that id. I looked through the database and found its PHID, which I used to delete the dashboard. So, is there a way to find the PHID for a given object without going in the database? Is there a simple id for dashboards like the ones for tasks?
We usually have monograms available (like T1234) for objects that are in the UI to easily reference. From the diff it doesn't look like we have that, just PHID. We still have rough edges in Dashboards, so feel free to file obvious tickets if something seems missing.
This is just an answer that copies @chad's answer so I can close this as answered (I'm assuming this is how it works).
To get the original dashboard back, destroy it using bin/remove in the command line. You'll need to find the relevant PHIDs for the dashboards; I looked into the dashboard table from the phabricator_dashboard database to find the PHIDs.