Dashboards allow you to build high-level views that help you visualize your data and share information with workspace members and external collaborators. You can create dashboards to help you track project completion, provide status updates to stakeholders, or to manage your own work.
Not sure what types of dashboards to build? Looking for examples and inspiration? Visit the Dashboard Gallery.
Creating a Dashboard
A good intake process can make fulfilling a request or launching a new project much easier. In LiquidPlanner, you can add an Intake Form widget on a dashboard to allow team members or external guests to submit new items like urgent IT issues, client feedback, or project requests.
Before building an intake form, you may wish to familiarize yourself with Dashboards.
If external guests or clients will be using the intake form, you'll want to...
TO LEARN HOW TO CREATE, CUSTOMIZE, AND SHARE DASHBOARDS, PLEASE SEE THE DASHBOARDS HELP ARTICLE.
A good dashboard keeps you informed by grouping relevant information together. A great dashboard lets you and your project stakeholders see real-time status, updates, risks, and instantly provides the critical details without causing information overload.
Dashboards can look different depending on your team, the type of work that you do, and the...