- Welcome to the Knowledge Base
- Supported browsers
- Landing Pages
- HTML Editor
- Welcome Messages & Bulletins
- Exporting Data
- Multi Language
- Notifications & Reminders
- Forecasts & Quotas
- Introduction to Importing
- Preparing your Import Data
- Workbooks Import Wizard
- Managing your Imports
- Introduction to Marketing
- Mailing Lists
- Marketing Campaigns
- Upload Library
Workbooks Web Insights
- Tracking Code
- Setting up the Plugin
- Viewing Web Insights Data on your Form Layouts
- Domain Names and Online Activities
- Reporting incorrect Leads created through Web Insights
- Reporting on Web Insights data
- Using UTM Values
- Why aren’t Online Activities being created in the database?
- Why is GatorLeads recording online activities in a foreign language?
- Using HubSpot with Workbooks
- Introduction to Event Management
- Enabling the Event Management Module
- Using Event Records
- The Event Management Portal
- Installing the Event Management Portal
- Amending Event Portal Parameters
- GatorMail Integration
- Creditsafe Integration
- People & Organisations
Electronic Signing Tools
- Setting up the DocuSign Integration
- DocuSign Functionality
- DocuSign - Worked Examples
- DocuSign - Reporting
- Adobe Sign Integration
- Docusign Integration
- Introduction to Reporting
- Using Reports
- Exporting Reports
- Advanced Reporting
- Compliance Record
- Data Enrichment
- Introduction to Transaction Documents
- Credit Notes
- Customer Orders
- Supplier Orders
- Contract Management
- Introduction to Zapier
- Available Triggers and Actions
- Linking your Workbooks Account to Zapier
Setting up Zaps
- Posted Invoices to Xero Invoices
- Xero payments to Workbooks Tasks
- New Case to Google Drive folder
- New Case to Basecamp Project
- New Workbooks Case to JIRA Ticket
- Jira Issue to new Case
- 123FormBuilder Form Entry to Case
- Eventbrite Attendee to Sales Lead and Task
- Facebook Ad Leads to Sales Leads
- Wufoo Form Entry to Sales Lead
- Posted Credit Note to Task
- Survey Monkey responses to Tasks
- Multistep Zaps
- Outlook Connector
- Exchange Server Sync
- Workbooks Mobile Client
- Introduction to System Administration
Users & Security
- User Groups
- Account Settings
- Licences & Modules
Email & Integration
- Email Settings
- API Keys
- Web to Case and Web to Lead
- Preference Centre
- MailChimp, Constant Contact & dotMailer
- Postcode Lookup
- SharePoint Integration
- Bank Account Validation
- Creating & Modifying Picklists
- Creating Custom Fields
- Report-based Custom Fields
- Record Templates
- Form Layouts
- Customising relationships between parties
- Opportunity Stages
- Custom Records
- PDF Configuration
- Contact Support
- Releases & Roadmap
- Workbooks Glossary
Introduction to Dashboards
Dashboards offer you a real-time, holistic view of your business; they can show you selected reports, charts or other elements in an easy to read and understandable format.
A Dashboard can display a number of different items allowing you to gain complete visibility of specific business areas with ease. Examples of how Dashboards can be used include: pipeline management, case handling, or tracking the financial health of your business.
Dashboards can be created or modified from the Dashboard Menu, which is found from Start > Dashboards, a new Dashboard can then be added using the New Dashboard Button, and existing Dashboards can be reviewed from the All Dashboards or My Dashboards Views accordingly.
Using New Dashboard will open a new a window which allows you to provide a Name and decide the column layout of the Dashboard. This includes the number of Columns in the Dashboard as well as the ratio of space each column uses. These can be changed at a later date if you decide you want to rename your Dashboard or change the layout of the Columns.
Once you have setup the Name and Columns you can start adding elements to the Dashboard as required, these are added from the Layout Tab, using the Add Button.
There are four different types of elements that can be added to a Dashboard:
- Charts: Charts provide a pictographic output of a specific Report View, these can be further filtered or amended as required once added to the dashboard.
- Reports: Report Views can be added to the Dashboard so that results from a number of different reports can be easily referred to in one place.
- Web Pages: Specific Web Pages that may provide regular updates, such as an overview of the service status can be added to the Dashboard.
- Web Processes: A Web Process, such as a Case or Lead allocation Script, can be called directly from the Dashboard.
More information on Adding Dashboard Elements can be found on the Knowledge Base.
When creating a Dashboard, a View called Default will be created automatically for you, this is where specific Filters and Field Mappings can be added. This allows you to create multiple views for different Users from the same Dashboard such as a View for different Sales Teams. Rather than creating a different Dashboard for each Team the same Dashboard can be used with a different View applied.
More information on the configuration of Views can be found on our Adding Views to Dashboards Knowledge Base page.
The Fields tab allows you to set up Filters over a number of different Dashboard windows, these can be applied to any of the Views setup on the Dashboard as needed.
We have more information and examples of Field Mappings and filters on our Knowledge Base page, Dashboard Fields.