With this dashboarding functionality there is now much more flexibility in the organisation and sizing of cards for the content’s end users.
In the Page – Collection – Card paradigm it was almost impossible to control with detail what pages looked like to users. This was because the cards placed on a page would organise themselves in a responsive-like fashion, depending on the users’ screen size. This meant that 2 cards which were side-by-side on your screen might appear one beneath the other on the users’ screens.
The dashboarding functionality puts an end to that. 2 cards placed side-by-side will always be side-by-side. If the screen does not fit them, then one of them will simply hang off the edge of the screen.
To showcase what this new functionality is capable of, I have designed a dashboard within Domo showing some statistics about Australia from the Australian Bureau of Statistics and the Reserve Bank of Australia. This data was collected into Domo using the built-in Quandl connector.
Within a Domo dashboard all the functionality of the cards remains so it is still possible to slice and dice the data as you wish within the dashboard. Have a look at the quick video to see this in action.
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