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Available Widget Types

Charts

Used to visualize data from app lists into common chart types. Data is based on a defined view in an application. When the user creates a view, including data filters, the resulting returned dataset is used as the basis for generating the chart.


App Select

Select an application as the basis for the widget.

Entity Select (File Manager)

Select the entity to pull data. As an example, in File Manager, select the Drawings entity if the widget is to pull data from folders of type Drawing.

List Select

Displays only when multiple lists are available. Select the appropriate list for the widget data source.

View Select

Select the appropriate view for the widget data source. If the desired view does not exist, create a new view in the application.  The columns available in the View determine the attributes available in the widget parameters.

Name Field

Title that appears on the widget when saved. By default, the widget is given the name of the selected view.

Widget Select

Provides options for how the data is displayed. Supported widget types are Bar, Stacked Bar, Clustered Bar, Doughnut, Line, and Pie.

Include Data from Child Partitions Toggle

Enabling this toggle will include data for subprojects in the chart. Subprojects are any project that is under the current project in the project hierarchy.


Widget Parameters (based on Widget selection)


Bar


Data Group By

Select one or more attributes to group data into meaningful counts. Examples include grouping by a Contact field to provide counts by person’s name or grouping by a Date field and range to provide counts within date ranges.
Add Grouping: Provides ability to group the results by more than one attribute


Calculation 

Count:  Count of records returned

Sum: Sum of numerical values in the selected column of data.


Vertical Axis

Linear:  Provides evenly distributed X axis based on the values

Logarithmic:  Provides scaled X axis based on the values.  Negative numbers are not supported.  


Rotate Labels

Rotates bar labels 60% for additional real estate.




Line


Group By 

Select one or more attributes to group data into meaningful counts. Examples include grouping by a Contact field to provide counts by person’s name or grouping by a Date field and range to provide counts within date ranges. 

Add Grouping:  Provides ability to group the results by more than one attribute 


Calculation 

Count:  Count of records returned

Sum: Sum of numerical values in the selected column of data.


Vertical Axis

Linear:  Provides evenly distributed X axis based on the values

Logarithmic:  Provides scaled X axis based on the values.  Negative numbers are not supported.  


Line Color

Displays the color for the line.


Point Color

Displays the color for the plot points.


Reset Colors

Resets line and point colors to system defaults. 




Pie and Doughnut


Group By 

Select one or more attributes to group data into meaningful counts. Examples include grouping by a Contact field to provide counts by person’s name or grouping by a Date field and range to provide counts within date ranges. 

Add Grouping:  Provides ability to group the results by more than one attribute


Calculation 

Count:  Count of records returned

Sum: Sum of numerical values in the selected column of data.





Stacked Bar


Group By 

This is primary X axis.  Select one or more attributes to group data into meaningful counts. Examples include grouping by a Contact field to provide counts by person’s name or grouping by a Date field and range to provide counts within date ranges. 

Add Grouping:  Provides ability to group the results by more than one attribute 


Series By 

Select one or more attributes to build the “stack” portion of the bar. 

Add Grouping:  Provides ability to group the results by more than one attribute

Legend:  The output will include a legend based on the defined series


Calculation 

Count:  Count of records returned

Sum: Sum of numerical values in the selected column of data.


Rotate Labels

Rotates bar labels 60% for additional real estate.


Horizontal

Adjusts the orientation to flip the X and Y axis, resulting in horizontal bars


Ratio

Totals the Calculation value for Count/Sum and returns results spread across the total, for a ratio of 100%.  All bars will be the same size.


Hide Legend

Removes the legend from the chart output, off by default





Clustered Bar


Group By 

This is primary X axis.  Select one or more attributes to group data into meaningful counts. Examples include grouping by a Contact field to provide counts by person’s name or grouping by a Date field and range to provide counts within date ranges. 

Add Grouping:  Provides ability to group the results by more than one attribute 


Series By 

Select one or more attributes to build the “cluster” portion of the bar. 

Add Grouping:  Provides ability to group the results by more than one attribute

Legend:  The output will include a legend based on the defined series


Calculation 

Count:  Count of records returned

Sum: Sum of numerical values in the selected column of data.


Rotate Labels

Rotates bar labels 60% for additional real estate.


Horizontal

Adjusts the orientation to flip the X and Y axis, resulting in horizontal bars


Hide Legend

Removes the legend from the chart output, off by default




Number Tile

Used to display the number of results for a query or sum of a column in a query. Data is based on a defined view in an application. When the user creates a view, including data filters, the resulting record count is displayed. An example includes creating a query for overdue items to display a count of overdue items on the dashboard.


App Select

Select an application as the basis for the widget.

Entity Select (File Manager)

Select the entity to pull data. As an example, in File Manager, select the Drawings entity if the widget is to pull data from folders of type Drawing.

List Select

Displays only when multiple lists are available. Select the appropriate list for the widget data source.

View Select

Select the appropriate view for the widget data source. If the desired view does not exist, create a new view in the application.

Name Field

Title that appears on the widget when saved. By default, the widget is given the name of the selected view.

Include Data from Child Partitions Toggle

Enabling this toggle will include data for subprojects in the count. Subprojects are any project that is under the current project in the project hierarchy.

Aggregation Select

Provides the option to count instances or provide a sum of numerical values in the selected column of data.


List View

Used to display a list on the dashboard. Data is based on a defined view in an application. When the user creates a view, including data filters, the resulting returned dataset is provided with the ability to make some modifications to the display. Only the first 20 results are displayed. To view all associated records (in the app) select the Expand icon on the top right of the list header. The user can define sort criteria in the application view to affect which records are retrieved.


App Select

Select an application as the basis for the widget.

List Select

Displays only when multiple lists are available. Select the appropriate list for the widget data source.

View Select

Select the appropriate view for the widget data source. If the desired view does not exist, create a new view in the application.

Name Field

Title that appears on the widget when saved. By default, the widget is given the name of the selected view.

Include Data from Child Partitions Toggle

Enabling this toggle will include data for subprojects in the chart. Subprojects are any project that is under the current project in the project hierarchy.

Fields

Prepopulates with the attributes selected in the view definition. Displayed columns can be modified by selecting/unselecting the desired columns. Additionally, the order can be modified using drag and drop.

Show Compact View Toggle

Provides option for user to display data in a smaller font size to make more data visible without scrolling.


Predefined Charts

These charts are predefined by the application developer for the user to select.


App Select

Select an application as the basis for the widget.

List Select

Displays only when multiple lists are available. Select the appropriate list for the widget data source.

Source Select

Select the predefined chart data to use. The names provided in the look up are indicative of the chart purpose.

Name Field

Title that appears on the widget when saved. By default, the widget is given the name of the selected source.

Widget Select

Provides options for how the data is displayed. Supported widget types are Bar, Stacked Bar, Clustered Bar, Doughnut, Line, and Pie.  The available widget types are determined by the app developer.

Include Data from Child Partitions Toggle

Enabling this toggle will include data for subprojects in the chart. Subprojects are any project that is under the current project in the project hierarchy.


Predefined Number Tile

These counts or sums are predefined by the application developer for the user to select.


App Select

Select an application as the basis for the widget.

List Select

Displays only when multiple lists are available. Select the appropriate list for the widget data source.

Source Select

Select the predefined count to use.

Name Field

Title that appears on the widget when saved. By default, the widget is given the name of the selected source.

Include Data from Child Partitions Toggle

Enabling this toggle will include data for subprojects in the count. Subprojects are any project that is under the current project in the project hierarchy.



 

 

 

 

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