The default Overview section (as well as any custom sections you have created) of the EVRYTHNG Dashboard can be customised to your requirements. In addition to moving and resizing existing widgets, you can remove, hide, and clone new widgets.
Each reusable widget type includes some customization and filtering options, which are detailed in the Reusable Widgets section.
Some widget layouts are shared
Widget configuration for dashboard pages in the Shared Dashboards section is shared between all Operators in an account. This means that when one Dashboard user changes a page's layout or widget configuration properties, all other users will be affected.
Shared dashboards can be cloned to the 'My Dashboards' section to allow user-specific customization.
To move or resize the widgets on the current page, click the 'Move and resize widgets' button in the toolbar at the top. Drag a widget to move it around the grid, and use the corners to resize within the grid. Once you are happy with the layout, click the tick button to save the configuration.
To customize an existing widget, use the three dot menu in the top-right corner, and choose 'Configure widget'.
From this menu you can also hide, clone, or delete the widget. Hidden widgets can be unhidden at a later time from the 'Edit Dashboard' dialog.
For most of the Overview widgets, you can edit the displayed 'Title' and 'Description' fields to better suit your use-case. For example, if a Platform project is used to model a particular campaign, you could set the 'Project Details' widget name to 'Campaigns' to show all the projects as campaigns.
Widgets on the Overview section that show actions performed or active products (such as the 'Interactions' or 'Active products' widgets) allow you to choose which items are shown in the widget with a filterable list input in the customisation dialog. Use the list of suggestions to narrow down the search and choose which to display.
For widgets where there are more than three or six categories of items (i.e: types of action) available, the 'Widget configuration' dialog gives the option to group these into an 'Other' category. All extra items beyond the initial limit will be aggregated into this entry.
Existing widgets that can be moved and resized can also be cloned to create a new copy, instead of manually entering the component name and bundle URL each time. Simply use the three dot menu and choose 'Clone widget'. You can also take this opportunity to set the configuration of the copy.
Updated 4 years ago