You can search a destination by name and filter on environment (production or staging), status (active or inactive) or on specific source.
4 sections are available: Cloud mode, Device mode, Audience and Raw Data.
It refers to event based destinations that execute on the server (aka server-side tags): destinations that run in real-time and push your events (purchases, page views...).
It refers to destinations that needs to be executed in the browser (aka client-side tags). For example : survey tag, A/B testing, heatmapping tool, live chat, web notification, ... Currently, client-side tags are manageable in the web containers section. They will move progressively on the device mode section.
It refers to destinations that push user's segments, each time a user enter or leave a segment you created.
It refers to scheduled destinations, through file exchange like FTP, S3 or Cloud Storage.
The trend represents the evolution of number of events pushed to the destination on the last month (maximum data retention period).
Health allow to quickly visualize the status of the destination, if everything is well sent (sunny) or not (stormy) on the last hour. Click on it to access to Event Delivery interface and have more details (see also Event Delivery documentation).