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DB, Passwords, Reporting & HRM
A dashboard is a popular feature in many software products. With the help of a dashboard, the user can design the content of certain areas of a software as he or she wishes. And ideally even share it with others.
AlphaNodes Redmine Plugins are coming with dashboard support. A dashboard can be created for:
and can be individually designed with content (so called dashboard blocks) relevant to you and your team.
Resource planning & attendance management
Smarter project insights to reduce costs and increase efficiency
Asset management of digital information. Get rid of Excel and organize your data in Redmine.
Password manager for business teams. To keep up-to-date and share them easily.
Dashboards you create might be:
The Dashboard surface looks all the same. You have 4 areas where you can place your content. Add available content via "Add block" selection and move it via Drag & Drop afterwards.
Before you start: Only users with appropriate permission are able to create and manage Dashboards. Check your user role permissions, first.
This introduction is all about how to access and customize dashboards. What you will learn here is:
After installation there is a "System default" Dashboard for every dashboard area available.
It's easy to edit an existing dashboard or create a new dashboard. But beware: changes are always "real time" and can not be made undone.
We recommend to create a new Dashboard of your own. Don't modify the "System Standard".
If you've created several Dashboards you can easily switch between them.
Users with appropriate permission are able to edit existing dashboards, add new ones or modify dashboard blocks. If you are able to do so, you see respective action icons when hovering over a dashboard block corner.
Customizing an existing Dashboard is also easy. Use the Block selection in the upper area to add new blocks, modify some of them via "Options". Move them via "Drag & Drop" to the available areas.
It is up to the user with dashboard permissions what content will be displayed on an empty dashboard. There are various dashboard blocks available to choose (depending on the installed plugins).A user will be able to view content according to the assigned role permission. Don't use Dashboard blocks to hide content. Set the roles and permissions correctly, instead. Example: Users without issue access, will not see issue related dashboard content.
What you see in the "Add blocks" section depends on:
Using Redmine Dashboard is not scary at all. You will figure it out very quickly. It's easy to use and it gives you a whole new options on hand.
One great thing is that you can use it to add various filtered lists (e.g. issue lists) to a dashboard.
So you can create Dashboards to have results, relevant to you and your team easily presented on one page. Or jump right into it.Make sure the filtered lists you create are also acessible by the users you want them to see!
What filtered lists you can add as blocks depends on:
Thank you for using our Redmine Plugins.
Learn more: https://alphanodes.com/products