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Dashboards

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What's a dashboard?

Dashboard is a group of components. Components can be charts, indicators, calendar views or even buttons to facilitate your navigation at jestor. They are really useful to track progress of your company or to remind you of your tasks and events.

There are many types of components that you can choose from. Each one of them is completely customizable. The dashboard can be personalized as well, allowing you to move components in different positions.

Why dashboards are useful?

There are many applications to dashboards, here are some popular uses:

  • Data Analytics: Mesure and track all the data of jestor and different sources. Transform big data (or any data) into actions.

  • Personal Use: Aggregate all the data that's relevant for your own job on a single place. Lot's of our users have something like "My dash". They have all the information filtered by their id or with relevant information (even personal tasks like "take dog to the doctor") to run your day more efficiently.

  • Tasks Management: Access real time data about the overall status of your product and update it straight from the dashboard.

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Note

There are no limit of dashboards that you can build for yourself or for your company.

How to create a dashboard?

You can create a new dash with 3 clicks:

  1. Go to the main menu on your left and press the "+" button.
  1. Select "Dashboard, name it and click at "create".

Now you have a new dashboard on your jestor! Next, we'll show you all the components that you can add to your dash 😊

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