By using Tabs, you can divide dashboards in multiple sections and add links to it. This is a great feature to create applications where the user has to deal with some setups and data in the same dashboard, the result is something like the image below. Shot 2018-06-12 at 08.50.54-5Ig.png

Notice that in the example above we have three tabs: the dashboard itself, the configuration and a link.To create a tab on your application, go to the dashboard you want to create it, click to enter in edit mode, and then click in the button. Shot 2018-06-12 at 08.44.19-UvA.png

Then, go to the Tabs section and click the plus button.

To create a tab, you must set the name of the tab and select its type. The type can be one of the following:

  • Dashboard: The tab will be able to contain widgets.
  • Link: The tab will be a link to another dashboard or another web page. You cannot put widgets inside of this tab.
  • Hidden tab: The tab will be able to contain widgets, but it will be hidden from your users. You will only be able to access this tab in edit mode. A good use of this option is to use it with the Widget Header.

You can add up to 10 (ten) tabs in your dashboard.

Also check out:

  • Widget header
  • Dashboard Overview