Design & View
How to enable and use responsive dashboard mode.
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Introduction to the main elements of the user interface (UI) for designing dashboards and other views.
The Dundas BI status bar appears at the bottom of the designer screens for dashboards and other items including data cubes and metric sets.
The dashboard designer canvas supports a number of keyboard shortcuts for basic design tasks such as cut/copy/paste, undo/redo, and more.
This article shows you how to add an image to a dashboard using simple drag-and-drop operations.
Layers and groups give you a way to organize elements on your dashboard as a collective unit, which you can then show or hide at design-time, or control through scripting.
This walkthrough shows you how to create a basic help overlay for a dashboard. A help overlay is information about a dashboard that is displayed when the user hovers over or clicks on a help button.
This article shows you how to design dashboards that can resize and thus better adapt to different viewer display choices and resolutions.
Styles and themes give you an easy way to save the appearance settings for components and data visualizations, and then apply the saved settings to other instances or views.
Use a dashboard template to define a common base or starting point from which to design dashboards.
This article describes the purpose of the slicers, columns, rows, and measures fields of the Data Analysis Panel.
This walkthrough shows you how to connect to OLAP data (SQL Server Analysis Services), view the data on a dashboard, and apply formulas to data.
This walkthrough shows you how to add a period over period (or date offset) comparison to your dashboard.
A note (or annotation) is a comment that is attached to a data point and displayed on a data visualization.
In View mode, you can share your dashboard as a URL link or export it to other formats such as CSV, Excel, Image, PDF, and PowerPoint.
Notifications offer a way to send email reminders or alerts to users on a periodic schedule or under certain data conditions.
This article introduces the concepts behind reports, which represent one type of 'view' you can create in Dundas BI.
Learn how to use the Script Editor in the Dundas BI Dashboard Designer to provide customized behavior based on the user's interactions with elements of your dashboard.
Dundas BI lets you apply mathematical formulas to data by entering small script-like expressions in a toolbar, similar to a desktop spreadsheet program. This article lists the built-in math functions that are available for use in formula expressions.