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Widget Editor

Table 9. Availability - Legacy plans


Overview

All users except for collaborators on paid accounts have access to the widget editor.

Users can enhance their widgets by incorporating a range of metrics, enabling detailed analysis of chosen quantitative data. These metrics can reflect various aspects of task and project management:

Status Indicators: Include metrics like Active, Completed, and Overdue to track task progress.Approval-Related Metrics: Analyze approvals with metrics such as Total, Max, and Average Approval Duration, along with Pending, Completed, and Overdue Approvals.

Time and Financial Metrics: Integrate metrics related to time (e.g., spent, effort, billable/non-billable) and financials (e.g., actual/planned fees and costs), providing a comprehensive view of project efficiency and financial status.

Note

Selecting relevant metrics for your widget can provide deeper insights into your projects, enhancing decision-making and project management effectiveness.

Modify Widget

To modify a widget:

  1. Access the widget you wish to adjust.

  2. Locate the three-dot icon 1 situated in the widget's title.

  3. Choose the edit option 2 from the dropdown menu.

  4. Navigate to the data Visualization tool 3 positioned on the right side of the screen.

  5. Within the Visualization section, locate the Metric option 4 .

  6. Click on the + button 5 to add the desired metric.

  7. Select the metric type from the provided list.

  8. Finally, click on save changes 6 to confirm your modifications.

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Breakdowns Inclusion

Breakdowns add valuable layers to data analysis in New Dashboards, allowing users to examine their data from multiple dimensions:

Primary Breakdown: Use the 'Break By' feature to define the main category for your data analysis, such as Assignee or Project.

Secondary Breakdown: Add depth with a 'Group By' option, providing a secondary layer, like Status or Priority, to further segment your data.

For instance, breaking down data by Assignee and then by Status offers insights into who is working on what and the progress of these tasks, facilitating a more granular understanding of workload distribution and task completion.

Tip

Utilize breakdowns to dissect your data comprehensively, unveiling intricate details that aid informed decision-making and strategic planning.

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Break By Selection

To apply date breakdown to a specific widget:

  1. Navigate to the widget you wish to modify 1 .

  2. Click the three-dot menu 2 button within the widget's title.

  3. Choose the Edit option 3 from the menu that appears.

  4. Once in edit mode, locate the Break by section 4 on the right side of the screen.

  5. Click on the dropdown menu and choose the Complete Date status 5 .

  6. Upon selecting Completed Date, a timeframe will be displayed.

  7. Select one of the available options (Day, Month, Quarter, Year) 6 to view segmented results accordingly.

  8. Click on Save changes 7 to apply your changes.

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Note

In the "Break by" section, the dropdown menu offers various options such as Due Date, Completion Date, Workflow, Importance, Author, Creation Date, Start Date, Item Type, Task Type, Billing Type, Location, Project, and custom fields.

Group By Selection

The Group By feature allows you to categorize and structure widget-specific data effortlessly, enhancing your analytical capabilities.

Customized Organization: Sort and group your data based on specific criteria to tailor your analysis and gain deeper insights.

Efficient Data Management: This feature streamlines data visualization, helping you to organize and interpret your information more effectively.

Tip

Use the Group By function to uncover patterns and trends within your data, facilitating more informed decision-making and strategic planning.

To apply the Group By selection:

  1. Navigate to the widget containing the data you wish to organise.

  2. Click on the three-dot menu button 1 situated in the widget's title bar.

  3. Click on Edit 2 from the menu list that appears.

  4. Scroll down for the Group By option 3 in the edit options available in the lower right corner of the screen that appears.

  5. Choose your desired criteria for grouping the data.

  6. Click on the Save changes 4 button to save your data.

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