Choose a Widget type

When creating a widget, different options are available when selecting your Widget type.

Note: widget types can be editer after your initial widget creation. Widget properties differ between widget types.

Calendar

Calendars let you visualize the information as a date. Use filters to build and integrate calendars in your reports. For example, keep track of upcoming communications, know when your next task is due and plan team meetings.

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Chart

Chart widgets offer one of the most visually compelling ways to visualize your data. Because each situation has its particularities, several graph types are available.

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Indicator

Indicator gives the total number count, sum, or average of data in a widget. The output is a number.

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Map

Visualize data according to location. Geographic data (or infrastructures) can also be located, based on data imported in the system from a shapefile or the location field of a record.

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Scatter plot

Scatter plots are used to plot data points on a horizontal and a vertical axis in the attempt to show how much one variable is affected by another.

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Table

Table widgets allow you to build a custom list of your data using the columns and sorting options of your choice. You can easily export this widget to the Excel format.

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Make sure you select the right widget form to access the data you are looking for.

 

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