This article will inform you of the benefits of an editable dashboard as well as how to do it.

When creating a project, a widget containing the details of that particular project will be added to your project dashboard. As a standard a widget will have a 2x2 gridblock shape. This initially will be done in chronological order, but when later consulting these dashboards you probably want to give a different priority to each dashboard. You would like the widgets of these dashboards to This can be done by using the “edit dashboard option”.

The dashboard is put against a grid view, as becomes clear when pressing the “edit Dashboard” button in the top right corner of your dashboard. If you now click on the header of a project widget, your cursor will change from an arrow to an arrowed cross, indicating that you can now move the widget. You can do so by dragging the widget and dropping it to a different position on the grid.

The larger the area that is being reserved, the more data can be presented in the widget to you at a first glance. This way you can prioritize projects that you would like to monitor closely over those that have a tendency of running on its own. Altering the size of a widget can be done by hoovering over a project with your mouse. You will see a grey area appearing in the bottom right corner of the widget. Clicking and dragging this area allows you to shape your widget over the grid squares.

P.S.: Don't forget to save your new dashboard setup!