The usage of information dashboards, a graphical interface for presenting analytical information, has become an important element in meetings. In global organizations, many meetings take place virtually using collaboration technologies. A major requirement for successful collaboration is allocating joint attention. A lack of joint attention leads to misunderstandings or inefficient virtual team work. Eye-gaze is already successfully used as a tool to coordinate communication, e.g. in gaming or software development. However, usage of such technology has not been applied to coordinate communication in collaborative information dashboards so far. Therefore, designing attentive information dashboards to support remote collaboration by sharing the gaze position of the user is suggested in this study to overcome the lack of joint attention. For that, we present a prototype and a pilot evaluation study to explore the effect of sharing gaze in a dyadic collaboration with an information dashboard.