To add a widget just click on the add option that will appear on the screen.

Note: in case no widget has been created yet, the system will display an additional window with the option to add a widget (it has the same function as the add option).

Once the add option is clicked, the system will display a new window in which we must set the name and type of widget we want to add as step number 1 and then click next.

Then, step 2 will be enabled where we must choose the data source or origin of the values that will feed the graph.

Once you click on the add data source option, the system will display a new window where you must choose between the different types of existing sources to take the data from. These sources are the following:

  • Work Queues: Displays all the data coming from the pending tasks.

  • Work orders: Shows all the data coming from the work orders.

  • My Work requests: Displays all data coming from work requests.

  • Meter reading: Displays all the data coming from the meters associated to the assets.

  • Planned Maintenance: Displays all the data coming from the subtasks associated to the work orders.

After selecting the desired data source, the next step is to add the name of the series and complete the parameters associated with the type of widget chosen in step 1, and then click on accept.

Note: The parameters will depend on the type of widget selected, as well as the origin of the data source.

Once all the steps have been completed, you have the option to add another data source (which consists of overlapping different widgets on the same graph, for example, displaying the reading of different meters on the same graph) or to completely finish the process so that the system generates the graph in question.

When you click on finish, the graph will have been generated and all that remains is to click on the save option to save the changes made in the dashboard.

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