Custom widgets are part of our Dashboards feature - giving you the ability to visualize how work is happening in your Workspace any way you want.
How Custom Widgets Work
Create a custom line chart with any data.
Create a custom bar chart with any data.
Create a custom pie chart with any data.
Create a custom battery chart with any data.
Calculate sums, averages, and so much more for any tasks in your Workspace.
Categorize and track the progress of any Lists or Folders in your Workspace.
Note: Members and Guests who do not have access to the Spaces, Folders, and Lists displayed in a Portfolio widget will only see the items they have permission to access. If they don't have access to any items shown in the widget, it will be empty.
Add rich text, images, and even use /slash commands to add context to your Dashboards.
Add a chat widget to have conversations with anyone in your Dashboard.
How to Build a Custom Widget
Select the Location: Select one or multiple Spaces, Folders, or Lists within your Workspace
Set the Time Range (If applicable): Only pull data for applicable items within a certain time range! Some time ranges include this year, month, week or a custom time frame. Choose if you want to view changes by days, weeks, or months
Select Value: The value is what will calculate and display in the graphs
Task: total task count
Time estimate: total time estimated for completion
Average age of task: display average task age in your chart. This value is calculated by looking at all closed tasks and their total age (from creation to close)
Sprint points: point system to manage workload
Money (Custom Field)
Numbers (Custom Field)
Automatic Progress (Custom Field): calculated completion of tasks
Manual Progress (Custom Field): manual completion of tasks
Dropdown (Custom Field)
Set the Subtasks: Toggle subtasks to be included or excluded from the chart
Add a Filter: Add additional filters to further adjust the scope of your widget
Note: You can search for Custom Fields to add them to your Dashboard widget.
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