The following table gives an overview of the available widgets which can be used within a dashboard. You can find these widgets in the Widget Library Sidebar when clicking on the Config Button within a Dashboard.
Quickly reach any app link. Lists app links based on a manual selection or defined filters.
Quickly reach your apps. Lists apps based on a manual selection or defined filters.
Quickly reach other dashboards. Lists dashboards based on a manual selection or defined filters.
This Widget offers the possibility to load and embed external web resources as an iframe. It also offers a polling logic to reload content in a given interval.
Sticky Note (Simple Text)
Write text which shall be presented on the dashboard.
Sticky Note (Rich Text)
Write formatted text with a WYSIWYG editor. Enrich your text with tables, links, bullet lists, images, and more.
Custom widgets served by flows
Documentation and configuration instructions can be found in the individual catalog detail page of the item. To embed these widgets in a dashboard, simply add the Iframe Widget from the Widget Library and configure the according URL pointing to the flow endpoint which is serving the user interface and data of the widget.
The value box is a straightforward component that helps users emphasize a specific value or statistic within their dashboard. Its purpose is to present information in a visually appealing manner. This element consists of a title, a value, and the option to include a description or contextual information as a tooltip for the value.
Bar & Line Chart
The bar and line chart widget is a visual representation of data that enables users to compare categories or values effectively. It combines the benefits of both bar and line charts, presenting information in a clear and concise manner. This widget is particularly useful for displaying data within a specified time period, allowing users to analyze trends and patterns over time.
Horizontal Bar Chart
The horizontal bar chart widget is a graphical tool for comparing categories or values within data. It displays information in a horizontal bar format, making it ideal for situations where category names are lengthy or when users need to present a large number of categories within a confined space. This widget provides a clear and concise representation of data, making it easier for users to interpret and draw conclusions from the information presented.
The donut chart widget is a circular statistical graphic designed to visually represent numerical proportions. It is divided into slices, each representing a specific proportion or percentage of the whole. This widget is most effective when used to showcase relationships between different parts or to highlight proportions within a dataset. To ensure optimal usage, it is recommended to organize your data in a way that clearly illustrates the relationships and enables easy comprehension of the information being presented.
The table widget provides a structured representation of data organized in columns and rows. It offers a convenient way to present information in a tabular format. Users can easily navigate through large datasets using simple pagination. This widget is particularly useful when displaying data that requires a structured layout, allowing users to efficiently access and analyze information in a systematic manner.