Placker track views contain information management pages that help you track, analyze and displays key performance indicators (KPI) in a visual way. This helps everyone to monitor the health of a project or process and stay focussed.
As no project or process is the same, you can fully customize your track views. This is the most powerful and efficient way to track your data from boards in real-time, to stay focussed and collaborate and communicate effectively.
We use ‘widgets’ to show information on your track view. In this article you will learn everything about the different types of widgets that are available to you in Placker.
The attribute picker is used to select a specified attribute and filter the board so it only shows cards that match this criteria. When you like to review the workload by a team member, you can use a member picker to select the member and view the related cards on the track view immediately.
Use this widget to select specific information to be shown on track views, for example filtering by member or label.
The board flow is a graphical representation of the sequence in which the cards are moved along the lists. Use this widget to see how long cards stayed in a specific list or progress, for example number of days in average on "To do" list.
The completed tracker is a chart that presents the amount of work completed with horizontal bars that have lengths proportional to the values that they represent. Use this widget to see the number of completed cards by attribute or on the last days or weeks.
The Date Tracker shows how many cards you have in each week based on the planned end date by default. Use this widget to view week, month and date reports.
The donut counter widget is a pie chart that shows the number and percentage of cards in each status. Use this widget to see the amount of cards completed, in progress, etc. in a visual way.
Graphs are diagrams in a track view that show the relation between two or more variables, each measured along one of a pair of axes at right angles. Use this widget to display burndown, completion, cumulative flow and other charts.
The Multi counter widget shows the board indicators, that is, a measurable value that demonstrates how effectively a project or process is achieving its objectives, such as cards completed, end date, etc. Multi counter widget, throughtput and report end date (required and to complete) indicators (KPI).
The Multi tracker widget compares de planned and actual values of effort, story points, budget or custom attributes.
The progress tracker is a chart that presents the percentage complete of work completed with horizontal bars that have lengths proportional to the values that they represent. See an indicator of the percentage of completed cards by board or attribute.
The text widget can be used to present text information defined by the user or pull custom attributes values from the board cards. Use a text widget to type your own text or see the custom attributes related to cards.
The tracker is a chart that displays attributes as horizontal bars that have lengths proportional to the values that they represent. Use this widget to see sum of number of cards or effort by attribute.