[APPROVED] Configurable Dashboards

Dashboard of information of interest to the user. Like TP.


Yes, I move forward I can see a need for some dashboard-type views across Fibery. Some points:

  • Ability to see a high-level view of multiple entities across several apps
  • Some roadmapping-type views
  • Progress Bar in the case of entities that are children of each other, when setting up Projects and tasks, etc.



Hey guys, just wanted to flag this up again. Starting to be a really big need of mine, as my team has trouble figuring out where to “start out” when they log into Fibery. Agree 100% with @Shafqat_Ullah you did great work in TargetProcess. The Dashboards are a real strength, and solves a real weakness of Jira.

As far as Fibery-similar tools, Notion can handle this well with it’s configurable Pages and ability to embed the data entities. I think in fact this is probably one of their top strengths. However Coda and Airtable really have no good similar “team home page” solution.

Would love to hear where you see this on the roadmap. I think it would be a great related build alongside hierarchies when you get to those.


Currently we are thinking about Dashboards and its future implementation in Fibery and are collecting requests from users. Thanks for raising up this topic!

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Thanks Polina, that’s great to know that you guys are actively looking at this!

With the ability to Embed Views in Rich Text you could essentially create a dashboard out of a combo of embeds, including tables, calendars, timelines, and charts. If Rich Text had column options, it would be as powerful as Notion, with the addition of charts, so even more so. :smiley:

So this is one more situation where Embeds in Rich Text solves another problem, at least in part. Maybe there is benefit in having a dedicated “dashboard”-type page, but Notion gets by well without it and I can’t personally think of a need besides an activity/notification stream that wouldn’t be served by embeds…

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This is in plans, but not near future plans.

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Hi guys, wanted to flag this up again, it’s becoming an increasingly needed feature for me as more of my team comes into Fibery. A landing page when you get into the app showing “my projects,” “my notifications,” “my urgent tasks” etc. is very essential.

I couldn’t put it better than this:

TP had one of the best solutions on the market, and it seems to me all you need to do is be able to have a page where you could add in widgets of info from the various areas of Fibery, including Notifications, and this could be achieved.

And @Oshyan to your discussion re: Discourse, this should be in Fibery’s system as having 6 votes, correct, as we have 6 “hearts” on the initial request?

Thanks guys!

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Edit: The functionality described for rich text embeds is the kind of functionality I’m looking for.

Wanted to bump this as well. Was doing a review of productivity apps and fibery looks amazing, but you are just lacking the ability to embed multiple views in a page. Referencing specific entities in a page is somewhat useful, but pretty limited on its own. I want a one-stop shop I can send specific groups of our organization, which contains active todos, entity references, links to meeting notes, etc.

My use case is this:

  • I am responsible for organizing our product work across organizations
  • I often have meetings with each organization to review action items, prioritization, etc
  • I’d like to be able to create a Meeting Notes template, which includes key references, plus a general area from notes
  • So, I’d have a type that is tasks and it would have a relation to an assignee or organization

More specifically:

  • A weekly meeting with marketing
  • At the top I’d want a view of all ToDos that are not done and are associated with marketing or specific assignees
  • Below the view of todos, I’d have sections for general areas like Email, SEO, SEM, etc… which would be entities that I’d link to
  • Under one of the topics, I might write something that turns out to generate an action
  • I’d like to quickly turn that bullet into a ToDo, but leave it in place where the notes were taken, then it would also appear at the top of the doc in the ToDos view
  • The next weekly meeting, I’d just generate a copy of the same template, which would automatically have the ToDos at the top, and the framework to take notes for the meeting

Great points, I could use all of this, too!

I too would like traceability for when a to-do is created in the meeting, you can see it originated there. Highlights/References are helpful here, but you have to get into some drawn out ways to format text to get the full benefit, including this issue:

You also touch on Templates, a big need as recreating some of your set up would be helped out quite a bit with that capability.

Would appreciate “hearts,” which some of us (colleague @Oshyan at least) think are counted as votes, on these linked requests, as well as any others. I think that is the best way you can influence development of these features more quickly!