Widgets can be described as small extra functions that help you maintain the overview. These can be structured in three ways: Numerical, table and graph.
An example of a widget could be a graph that shows the development in the number of new registrants or a numerical counter for how many emails have been sent.
When adding a new widget, there's three types: Numerical, table and graph. For each type there are different ways to set them up so that they show what you want them to. In this way, you are in control of customizing the dashboard so that it suits your organisation's needs.
In the field Widget description, you can describe what the individual widget does.
When you have added widgets to the dashboard, you can move them around and adjust the size. In this way, you can customize the dashboard to your liking.
In order to move a widget, simply grab it and drag it to where you want it to be. By clicking the three dots in the top right corner of the widget, you can either delete or edit the widget.
By placing your cursor on the arrow in the bottom right corner, you can resize the widget.
If you have any questions or suggestions in relation with our new widgets, feel free to contact our support at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the chat function in YoungCRM.