How to make D3 charts enabled so that they appear immediately on login on the home page.

Functionality has been added that enables a Dashboard to appear immediately on the Front Page page, which enables users to bypass having to click on the "Dashboards button to select the Dashboard. Any Front Page enabled Dashboards can be built directly into a Custom Page Layout so that the appear immediately when a user logs in.

Currently, if a user has access to the Dashboard Module, the Dashboard's Module appear on the Home Page, and then the user clicks through and selects which dashboard they want to view

Now, for any Dashboards that are set as Front Page Enabled, these can be built directly into a Custom Page Layout. To enable a Dashboard , go to Admin site to the Custom Dashboards Module.

Now, for any Dashboards that are set as Front Page Enabled, these can be built directly into a Custom Page Layout. To enable a Dashboard , go to Admin site to the Custom Dashboards Module.

Open (or create a new custom Dashboard)

Open (or create a new custom Dashboard)

Tick so that the Dashboard is Front Page Enabled, then Save.

Tick so that the Dashboard is Front Page Enabled, then Save.

By Default it will be unticked. Ensure it is ticked and then it will be enabled to build into a Custom Page Layout for it to be displayed on the Front Page of the site.

In the Admin site, now open the Custom Page Layout that you require the Dashboard to appear in.

In the Admin site, now open the Custom Page Layout that you require the Dashboard to appear in.

Select the Page Layout which the Dashboard/s are required to display in.

Select the Page Layout which the Dashboard/s are required to display in.

Any section in the Custom Page Layout can have a "Front Page enabled Dashboard set to appear in it. WARNING IT WILL ONLY WORK IN SECTIONS THAT ARE NOT SET AS TABS (as shown in the WARNING step at the bottom of this section).

Any section in the Custom Page Layout can have a "Front Page enabled Dashboard set to appear in it. WARNING IT WILL ONLY WORK IN SECTIONS THAT ARE NOT SET AS TABS (as shown in the WARNING step at the bottom of this section).

Click on the drop down to select the Dashboard that needs to appear. One Dashboard can be set for each section.

One Dashboard can appear in each section, and if you do not require a dashboard, leave it blank.

One Dashboard can appear in each section, and if you do not require a dashboard, leave it blank.

On the Front Page report, when the custom page layout appears, the dashboard will immediately appear for the users  to view (if the section is not set to be closed).

On the Front Page report, when the custom page layout appears, the dashboard will immediately appear for the users  to view (if the section is not set to be closed).

Sections which are set to "close" can have Dashboard set, but these will not appear until the section is opened to view

WARNING: Section where the buttons are set to appear as "TABS" CANNOT display DASHBOARDS. They simply do not appear. Hence for best handling it is best to have dashboards ‘self contained’ in their own section within a pagelayout ensuring Tabs is NOT selected. This allows each dashboard to be set as required to open or closed and optimises the user experience.

WARNING: Section where the buttons are set to appear as "TABS" CANNOT display DASHBOARDS. They simply do not appear. Hence for best handling it is best to have dashboards ‘self contained’ in their own section within a pagelayout ensuring Tabs is NOT selected. This allows each dashboard to be set as required to open or closed and optimises the user experience.

NOTE: If there is no data entered for athletes, the dashboards appear blank. The example here shows that the user has changed groups and these athletes have no data

NOTE: The Dashboards ONLY appear when user has permission to the Event, to the Dashboard Module and to any associated Dashboard category/categories

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