Let us walk you through different sections in the Rich Text Widget with its respective functionalities and how it can be used to create Custom-Visuals.
The Rich Text Widget in your Datorama Dashboard has 3 main sections to help you with the Custom-Visuals.:
The Editor Section has two options:
This option supports the use of text, tokens and advanced formatting options to add images and videos on your Datorama Dashboard.
The available Query Tokens are:
The Filter Tokens that display all the filters can be preset.For example:
In the Basic Editing option, the background color and/or a transparent background can be set.
The Query Tokens will retrieve all available values for that respective query.
For example, the following Widget settings:
will generate the following display:
To display only specific values, you can either use the Interactive Filter Widget or apply a Widget Filter on the Rich Text Widget.
When Applying CSS you can enter the desired syntax and also use the Workspace custom CSS by checking the Inherit Workspace Custom CSS checkbox.
In the example below, a script for the visualization was embedded and the Datorama Measurement CTR was implemented into it. (note that while embedding scripts, HTTP has to be changed to HTTPS):
In this section, you can enter the Dimensions and Measurements you wish to visualize in the Widget’s display. Every Dimension and any measurements you include in the Editor section must also be entered in the Query Section.
In the Single Token Settings field, you can pick your preferable display method – Concatenate Values / Regular, Bullet / Numbered List format.
When choosing Concatenate Values, the display will be a string of values separated by a separator of your choice.
By default, the display will include total values. You can remove total values by unchecking the Totals checkbox.
For further assistance on how to explore Rich Text Widget for your Custom-Visuals for appealing dashboards in Datorama, please feel free to connect with us.
Datorama Dashboard’s dynamic queries in a Rich Text Widget can boldly showcase important numbers and display real-time KPI values at a glance. So any KPI is a perfect use case for this feature.
However, other scripting languages like CGI, Perl, python, Ajax, jQuery and others are not supported by the Rich Text Widget.