One dashboard rarely tells the whole story. In Databox, you can connect multiple dashboards together to create one comprehensive report. Watch how much better it is to scroll through live dashboards with beautiful visualizations, comparisons toward goals and previous periods than a static slide deck at your next reporting meeting.
Stop cutting and pasting together. Spend more time analyzing and improving your performance. Putting together reports from scratch every month is time-consuming. Now, you only need to create your dashboards once, loop them together for a comprehensive report, and circulate the shareable link with everyone who needs it. That’s it. Now, every week, month, or quarter—the data is already there.
When you connect multiple dashboards together you’ll also have one centralized shareable link that hosts your full report and makes sharing easy. Share this link with others and it will display your dashboards with the same date range options, visualizations, and data sync frequency that was initially set in your account.
Stream your dashboard report to your office TV and set it to auto scroll through all of the dashboards included in your report. This way, everyone on your team can see how the entire company is performing.
For marketing agencies or consultant tracking data from multiple clients, you can also connect dashboards from multiple client accounts in one dashboard report with a simple browser extension.
Connect your data, build your dashboards, and create your dashboard reports.
A dashboard report is a collection of dashboards that form a comprehensive story as to how your business is performing. It’s like a slide deck, but way better, as you’re able to present and scroll through interactive dashboards in order to report on performance.
There’s no limitation. However, we do advise you to create different loops for every section of your company. That way, your reports will be clearer and easier to read.
Yes. You can change the order of all your looped dashboards except for the first one. So when you’re creating a new loop, make sure that you start the process with the dashboard you’d like to show first.
Yes, the process is the same as embedding a single dashboard to a webpage.
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