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Introduction

Dashboards are used to display widget content.

  • Dashboards can be customised to include multiple rows and columns to which widgets can be added.
  • Dashboards can be shared with specific users and roles
  • Dashboards can be displayed on large screens or consumed into slides and displayed in Slideshows.

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Creating a Dashboard

Start by selecting the + Create New Dashboard button on the Dashboard landing page, and give the Dashboard a name.

In order to access the configuration options for the Dashboard select the Edit Mode button in the top right of the Dashboard canvas

Defining Dashboard layouts

In order to create a Dashboard which contains multiple widgets, it is important to understand how to configure rows, columns, heights, widths and how to add multiple widgets to a single column.

  • Default Dashboard layout
  • The default Dashboard layout includes a single row, and a single column. The row is set to 100% of the Dashboard Height, and the column is set to 100% of the Dashboard width as shown below.

Dashboard Layout.png

Adding additional rows

  • In order to add an additional row below the default row, select the + button in the top left hand corner of the default row. This will add a new row directly below.
  • In order for the rows to correctly display on the Dashboard ensure that each row is set to 50% Height (next to the + and dustbin buttons on each row)
  • To add additional row's, select the + button on the row to which you want the new row to appear below. If adding multiple rows, ensure that each row is allocated a % Height value and that the total of all the row height % equals 100.

Adding columns to rows

  • In order to add additional columns to a row, select the Screen Shot 2015-11-24 at 21.20.49.png button from the top right hand corner of the row. This will add a column to the row.
  • In order for the columns to correctly display on the Dashboard ensure each each column is set to 50% Width (next to the Chart button in each column).
  • To add additional columns to a row select the Screen Shot 2015-11-24 at 21.20.49.png button from the top right hand corner of the row. additional columns will appear on the row.
  • If adding multiple columns to a row, ensure that each column is allocated a % Width value and that the total % width of all columns on a single row equals 100.

Adding widgets to columns

  • In order to add a widget to a column on a row, there are two options which need to be configured.
  • Type of Widget - This will be a drop down of all available Widget types (Chart, Scorecard, Target Counter, Itemised Count List, Custom), select the type of Widget you wish to add.
  • Widget - Based on the type of widget chosen above, a list of defined widgets of that type will be displayed and can be chosen from (Only widgets marked as 'Available for Use' will appear in the list.
  • The chose widget will then appear in the column. If the wrong widget has been chosen, click on the 'Dustbin' button on the widget (not the Dustbin on the column header) to remove the widget and allow for another widget to be selected.

Adding multiple widgets to a single column

  • In order to add multiple widgets to a single column on a row, click on the Charts button on the column, this will add an additional widget to the row. Multiple widgets can be added to a single column.
  • Configure the content of each widget in the row, as directed in the Adding Widgets to Column section above.
  • Remove widgets from a column by selecting the Dustbin button in the top right hand corner of widgets you wish to remove.

Row and column heights and widths

  • Ensure that the total of all row heights equals 100% in order to correctly display on the Dashboard.
  • Ensure that the total of all columns widths per row equals 100% in order to correctly display on the Dashboard.

Moving Columns between rows

It is possible to move columns of widgets between rows by dragging and dropping the columns as required

  • Ensure when moving columns between rows, that the width of all the columns on each row equal 100% to display correctly.

Managing Dashboard Settings

Once the Dashboard layout, and widget content is configured it is important to complete the Dashboard Settings .

Dashboard Configuration.png

  • Title: Name of the Dashboard
  • Description: Dashboard purpose and or content
  • Status: By Default this is set to In development, once the Dashboard is configured the status should be changed to Available for use. Only Dashboards marked as Available for use will appear when configuring the content of slides in slideshows.
  • Access Granted To: Determine who to make the Dashboard available to. It is possible to assign the dashboard to multiple Users and Roles. Add Additional Users and Roles by using the Add New option. Switch the context between User and Role by clicking on the User / Role header and then selecting the user or role accordingly
  • Save the Dashboard by selecting the Save (disc) icon.
  • Create a copy of the Dashboard layout by selecting the Save As option from the drop down next to the Save (disc) icon, and giving the new Dashboard a name.
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