Dashboards are the presentation of our questions. They allow us to group questions and display them visually, in tables, graphs, charts and more. Dashboards can be private to a specific user, a set of users, or publicly shareable – such as a donor or grant research. They can also be embeddable into a website.

Dashboards are great when you have a set of answers that you want to view together. Your saved questions will be displayed as cards on the dashboard, which you can resize and move around to your heart’s content.

Organization Summary – Core Dashboard

Core Dashboards

The Compass-360 team has created a base set of core dashboards for you to use. You can access these from the dashboard collection we have created for you.

You wont be able to modify these dashboards, at this time, but you can always create your own dashboards and add the same questions.

Navigating a Dashboard

A layout of a dashboard consists of cards of questions. You can resize these cards to better display large graphs or charts.

Editing a Dashboard

Click on the pencil icon in the top right to edit a dashboard. If you don’t see a pencil icon, that means you do not have permissions to modify it.

Once you click edit, the dashboard layout will change allowing you to resize a card or reposition one.

Add a Question to Your Dashboard

Once you click on edit, a new set of icons in the top right of the dashboard appear. Click on the ➕ icon to add a new question.

Navigate the collections to find the question you are looking for. Alternatively, use the search to find the question.

Edit Dashboard

Once you select a question, reposition or resize it to your liking and click save.

Linking a Question

You can link questions to other questions or dashboards. This lets you click on a question and navigate somewhere else. To do this, click on the pencil icon to edit the dashboard.

Once in the editing mode, hover a question and click on the Click Behavior icon.

Click Behavior

A sidebar will open which you can select the behavior when this card is clicked. For example, select navigate to another dashboard, select the dashboard you want and click save. Now when this card is clicked, that dashboard will show.

Sharing Dashboards

Heads Up: In order for your dashboard to be displayed on the Compass-360 dashboard page (the home page) you need to enable sharing. You’ll see the dashboard menu item disabled if the dashboard is not sharable.

You can share dashboards via email to users inside or out of your organization. Click on the sharing icon from a dashboard to open the sharing settings.

You can also embed a dashboard with a public embed link. Click on the sharing settings icon, and click Sharing and Embedding.

If you wish to share this publicly, check the enable sharing option. Copy the direct link or embed code.

Dashboard Sharing

Application Embedding

In order for a dashboard to be displayed on the home page dashboard of Compass-360, the C360 BI dashboard needs to be published though the “Embed this dashboard in an application” settings.

Click the publish button to publish this dashboard. If the dashboard contains filters, be sure to make those filters available to control from the embedded dashboard. See the Attendance Summary dashboard sharing for an example.

Adding A Filter

You can add filters to dashboards that can change the filtering parameters on the displayed questions. For example, take a look at the Attendance Summary core dashboard. We have setup three filters. A date range, a location type and a location name.

When editing a dashboard, click the filter icon. Select the appropriate filter type. For a custom data point such as a location name, select the Other Categories type.

Once a filter has been added, you can set the default value. Next, we’ll want to select the data that when applied, this filter will update the cards displayed on this dashboard.

For each question, select the data you want to filter when a filter is active. For example, for the location name filter, we select the location name column in every one of the questions.

Location Name Filter