Adding Widgets and Selecting Widget Type
To add a Widget to your Dashboard, click on the + button at the top of the page.
A blank Widget will appear with the text "Please configure me."
To edit the Widget, move your mouse over the newly created Widget and click the grey gear icon that appears. A box will pop up allowing you to speci...
Converting Text to Statistics (Variables)
You can use variables with Text Widgets to display statistics of your choosing. When editing a Text Widget, you can add text variables of your choosing by using the dropdown menu on the right labelled, "Insert Statistic."
Alternatively, you can type the variables in yourself. For a full list ...
Dashboard Feedback Page
The Dashboard feedback page allows you to leave feedback on the Dashboard for the WhatPulse team. Feedback is very important to us. If you have questions, problems or feature requests relating to the Dashboard, please contact us using the feedback form!
To access the Feedback page, click the meg...
Editing, Moving, Resizing and Deleting Widgets
The Dashboard is completely customisable! You can move, resize and delete Widgets as you see fit.
To edit a Widget, move your mouse over the newly created Widget and click the grey gear icon that appears in the upper-right corner. A box will pop up allowing you to specify an optional title for y...
Introduction to the WhatPulse Dashboard
The WhatPulse Dashboard (http://whatpulse.org/dashboard/) is a dynamic, customizable that allows you to monitor and visualize your WhatPulse statistics using a variety of different charts, graphs and text blobs, collectively called widgets. You can move the widgets around and re-size them to disp...
Resetting Your Dashboard Layout To The Default Settings
To reset your Dashboard layout to the default settings, simply click the eraser button near the top of the page. This will remove any of your custom widgets and load the default widgets and layout that we have come up with.
What's a Widget?
A widget is a movable, resizable module that you can configure to show data in the form of text, bar charts, line charts, pie charts and heat-maps.
What is a chart widget?
A chart widget is a fully customisable module that can show your data in the form of charts or graphs. There are a few diffe...