Hit the ground running with our pre-built templates
Wrike’s dashboard tool is incredibly user-friendly. There are several pre-built widgets you can insert into your dashboard, separated into work, personal, and project categories. If you want to personalize your widgets further to show specific tasks, you can easily create a custom widget. You can include tasks from multiple folders and add filters to ensure your widget shows exactly which tasks you need to see. You can even choose to show the names of the folders on the tasks. This is especially helpful if you're showing tasks from folders that relate to different users or even clients.
A project dashboard is a data center that contains detailed KPIs on tracked projects. It shows metrics like overall progress and highlights problematic areas.
A project dashboard should ideally contain the following features: an activity tracker, an area for progress reports and status, an area to track milestones, a personal to-do list, a task status tracker, a team workload monitor, and a resource allocation widget.
Wrike’s project dashboards can be custom-built to contain metrics on any number of elements, such as tasks by assignee, upcoming plans, project progress, team productivity, and more.
All teams on every Wrike paid plan can view Wrike’s project dashboards when you start a free trial.