The donut counter widget is a pie chart that shows the number and percentage of cards in each status.

This is an interactive widget, which means you can hover the mouse over a slice of the chart to see its value and click it to see the cards that influence that number.

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Type of Donut counter

By default, a donut counter is based on active progress, that is, the status of the cards. It can also show all progress (include no scope cards), the work in progress (cards that started on time, late, paused, etc.), end date (overdue, due this week, etc.) and start date (starts this week)

Show donut value as

This will change how the values of the widget will be shown, there are two values available:

  • Count, this will show the absolute values of the cards in scope based on the unit of measure, it will be the number of cards when the unit of measure is set to cards.
  • Percentage, to show the relative percentage of the related cards compared to all cards in scope.

Other settings

To change the unit format, sorting and other options, follow the steps in this article: http://help.placker.com/en/articles/3336494-dashboard-common-settings

Multi tracker: Placker dashboard widget

The multi tracker is a chart that compares planned and actual values of the board attributes as horizontal bars. 

It will compare planned and actual values for a specific unit of measure. For example, comparing the planned effort of all the cards in number of days to their actual values, which are a different card attribute.

The following example shows a board in which there are 58 days of work planned, but only 19 have been completed so far.

To learn how to add a new widget, access: https://help.placker.com/en/articles/3078854-how-to-manage-dashboard-widgets

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