We have released two powerful new dashboard features that will save you time and enable you to configure and share dashboards exactly as you want them to be viewed! 👌

1. Save persistent widget display settings

2. Hide and show selected widgets

How to make the most of the custom dashboard updates

We're continually focussed on helping you speed up your analysis workflowdiscovering the what and identifying the why! Now with more advanced custom dashboard controls, you have more power to achieve this.

With the ability to preset what widgets you want displayed and exactly what fields and settings you want them to load up by default, the dashboard just got a lot more user-friendly and shareable.

The sky is the limit now, but here's a little inspiration...

Setup a dashboard showing only top level themes change in frequency across time. Give your key executive decision makers viewer access to this dashboard, so they can see what they need to and not get overwhelmed with what they don't need to see!

Setup a dashboard showing only the Quadrant chart and Themes widget, displaying by negative sentiment. Use this to focus your team on what's driving negative impact on your brand. Remove the noise and focus on the two most powerful visuals that will empower your team to quickly understand the what, and start talking about the why.

Setup a dashboard filtered to a specific brand or category, showing the top themes ordered by observed vs expected difference to communicate key differences (good and bad!) to the Category Manager. Further to this, limit the Drilldown dashboard view to Sentiment Timeline and Verbatim. This can make sure the Category Manager is focussed on the insights that are driving change, and can easily reference relevant customer feedback verbatim to support it.

That's it for today's update. Over to you, we look forward to seeing what you mix up!


Questions? 🤔

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