Once you have drawn your Regions you now can begin deciding what real-time data you would like to be displayed on Dashboards. This is done by adding Widgets to a Dashboard - enabling you to design your own custom read-outs.

Multiple Dashboards can be created so that multiple users / different teams involved with your event can quickly access customised read-outs of real-time data most relevant to their particular area of responsibility. This empowers data-driven decision making, as things happen.

Step 1
If you are still in the map section of Insight you need to switch to Dashboard by clicking the icon in the top right corner of the console.

Step 2
To bring up the Widgets tab (if required), click on the Insight icon at the top of the Navigation panel on the left side of the console. 

Step 3
To add a Widget click on the + icon next to Add Widget at the bottom of the tab.

Step 4
Select a Widget type from the drop down list. Insight currently offer the following types of Widget:

  • Occupancy - number of Devices located in a specified Region
  • Max Occupancy - the maxmimum number of Devices located in a specified Region in the previous hour
  • Heatmap - a minature heatmap centred on a specified single Region
  • Attendance - aggregate number of unique Devices determined as having been in a Region over the past hour
  • Density - the area of a Region (in square metres) divided by the number of Devices located in that Region
  • Dwell Time - the time (in minutes) a Device is determined as having been in a particular Region 
  • Flow In - the number of visits (NB not unique Devices) into a Region during a certain window (previous 60 minutes when displayed on a Dashboard)
  • Flow Out - as per Flow In, but for exits
  • Full Stats - a widget which combines a selection of readouts for a specified Region.

(See also our Terminology A-Z article for additional detail on these metrics).

Then select the Region for which you want the Widget to display the data. You can choose any of the Regions drawn and named previously. 

Click 'Save' and your widget will be added to the current Dashboard. 

You can then drag and drop the Widgets around the grid into the layout you want. 

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