The Dashboard

Cozero dashboard’s main features.

Updated over a week ago

Cozero’s dashboard allows you to zoom in on the activities or products that generate the most emissions and quickly understand what's causing them. Once you have logged emissions the next step is to analyze and understand them. The dashboard provides you with an overview of your company’s essential information and an independent view for each user. It aims to provide the user an overview of their most important emissions as well as being fully customizable to what is important to each user.

You can set up your dashboard according to your custom analytics needs. Cozero offers a wide range of graphs covering key carbon accounting metrics, such as scope 1, 2 & 3 emissions, emissions per location or per product and more.

How to add graphs

As the dashboard is custom for everyone, each user needs to add the most important and relevant graphs that they want to see.

  • Step 1: Click on the “ + Add graph” button at the top of the page.

  • Step 2: Browse the different graph categories to find the graph best suited to your needs.

  • Step 3: Search for specific graphs using the search function on the right side.

  • Step 4: Add or remove the graphs of your choice by checking or unchecking the box next to each graph.

  • Step 5: Click “Ok” to save changes and reload the dashboard with desired graphs.

The graph’s categories

In order to help guide you to the graph best suited to your needs we have grouped graphs into categories. Each category includes several graphs, below you can find some examples for each category:

Category

Type of graphs

Examples

Total company emissions

This folder contains graphs related to the overall emission for your company.

- Total company carbon footprint

- Quarter by quarter CCF comparison

GHG protocol reporting

This folder contains graphs related to the GHG protocol reporting structure and categories.

- Total emission breakdown by scope

- Annual emissions breakdown by GHG Protocol scope 3 category

Organizational insights

This folder contains graphs related to elements of your organization.

- Overview of carbon emissions per business unit or location

Product footprint

This folder contains graphs related to emissions logged for your products.

- Total product emissions

- Timeline of product carbon emissions

Forecast

This folder is regarding the climate actions you have planned if you’re using the Act module.

- Carbon actions impact over time

Cozero Categories

This folder contains graphs related to emissions broken down in the Cozero categories.

- Total emissions breakdown by scope 1, 2, 3

Top reports

This folder contains the most-used graphs.

- Custom breakdown of carbon emissions over time

Suppliers and customer insights

This folder contains graphs regarding emissions for suppliers and/or customers.

- Carbon emissions per customer, Timeline of customers emissions

KPIs-Emission intensities

This folder contains graphs related to emission intensities, related to our KPI feature.

- Revenue footprint intensities, Gross value added (GVA) footprint intensities

Note: At the moment the color coding of the graphs is currently based on magnitude.

How to filter

If you want to view only selected information:

  • Step 1: Click on “Filter”.

  • Step 2: Choose among: product, category, location, business unit, responsible, customer, suppliers, tag and description.

  • Step 3: If you want information about a specific period of time, enter start and end date.

How to move, export, and delete graphs

The Cozero dashboard offers the possibility to customize and arrange the graphs based on your preferences.

How to move a graph:

  • Step 1: Click on the six dots on the left side of the graph’s name.

  • Step 2: While holding the cursor on the six dots, move the graph around the dashboard according to your preferences.

How to delete a graph:

  • Step 1: Click on the three dots on the right side of the graph’s name.

  • Step 2: Click on “Delete graph”, if you want to delete the graph from your dashboard.

How to export a graph:

  • Step 1: Click on “Export to CSV”.

  • Step 2: If the graph ​​is a bar or pie chart, you can export this image in PNG or SVG format.

Choose the type and the size of your graph

Graphs on the dashboard offer different options to view the data, and depending on the graph you can select between pie, bar, and tabular form.

How to select a graph type

  • Step 1: Click on the dropdown list in between the graph’s name and the three dots.

  • Step 2: Set the type of graph: Pie, Bar, Table.

How to change the size of a graph

The graphs can be resized to the full width of the page or the half width of the page

  • Step 1: Click on the little below the three dots.

  • Step 2: Adjust the graph’s size to half-screen width or full-screen width.

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