Working with tiles
A dashboard can consist of any number of tiles. Each tile contains a graphical or numerical representation of SuperOffice data.
It is the data that lies behind the tiles that makes a dashboard useful. Learn how to access the information in your dashboard, so that you can get a clear overview and prioritize your next steps better.
View tiles and data
Click on data in a tile (for instance a sector in a pie chart) to display the underlying data.
Place the mouse-pointer over a section of a tile to view source data in a pop-up box.
Click the data labels (legend) under the tile to hide/show specific data in the tiles. This can be useful for printing or exporting the tiles.
Click in the header of a tile and select View in full screen to open the tile in full screen. Useful for tiles with much content.
Examine underlying data
Follow the steps in this GIF or the steps below to see how you can access the data behind the tiles:
Open the Dashboard screen.
Select the relevant dashboard.
Click on data in a tile (for instance a column in a column chart). A new window displays the records in the section you clicked.
Here you have the following options:
Select a record to preview it.
Double-click a record to open it (or select a record and click Open).
To copy the records to a selection, click the Task button and select Copy into selection. If you do not select any records, all records are copied.
Click Close when you are done.
Click in the header of a tile to access the following options:
Download PDF document / Download PNG document: Download the tile in PDF or PNG format. The export files are downloaded to your browser (Downloads folder).
Print: Open the tile in the print dialog.
To hide specific data before exporting or printing a tile, click the data labels (legend) next to or under the tile to hide data.