Unable to set default Time Range in Azure dashboard(All Users) created from Azure Monitor Workbooks

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I have used Azure monitor workbooks to create dashboards for Alerts history and to view active alerts. Also added Time Picker parameter to set the time range from the dashboard and it works without any issues. But seems like Users who are having read-only rights to the dashboard are unable to set the time range due to read only permissions. Anyone had this experience?

  1. Can we achieve this without providing write access permissions for dashboard users?

    or

  2. Is it possible to set default time range to Azure dashboard (May be from workbook(Not in query) and pin the tiles in Azure dashboard)), so that it'll be applied for all the read only users and rest may be who ever having write access they can choose the time range.

Your input on this is really helpful. Thanks in advance

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