Some widgets enable users to open a sub dashboard that shows additional information; it is actually a type of new dashboard that will be opened. To give an example, there is a pie chart that shows the ratio between sufficient and insufficient checklists and one wants to know which checklists are insufficient. By jumping to a sub dashboard, more information can be made available without directly cluttering the dashboard with tables. Not all visualizations have this option but it is a functionality that will be implemented increasingly on the LEVIY dashboards. 


The sub dashboards make use of the filter values they receive from the main dashboard. However, they also have their own filter pane and, hence, can be filtered as the main dashboards (they also can get exported in the same way their main dashboard can).  In this article, some sub dashboard option will be presented and explained how they can be recognized in the dashboard. 


Accordion


The Accordion only works on indicators and works quite simple.

1. Move the mouse over an indicator: if the cursor changes into a click-cursor it has a sub dashboard. 

2. By clicking the indicator, the sub dashboard will become visible as on the image below. 


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Pop-up Dashboards

A pop-up dashboard can be attached to every widget type and be displayed as a button. On widgets, this addition can be recognized by the left symbol on the image below.



For indicators: 

1. Move the mouse over an indicator: if the cursor changes into a click-cursor it has a sub dashboard. 

2. Click the indicator and a dashboard will pop up. 

3. Just click next to the screen to close the screen again.



For other widget types: 

1. Right-click on the value that has to be displayed, for example insufficient, and click Jump To_Drill. The pop-up dashboard will open and show the additional information. 

2. Just click next to the screen to close the screen again.