How to create a Line Chart Dashboard widget
Create or view a Dashboard
+ Add a widget
Select Custom widgets and pick Line Chart
Give your widget a name (this is optional, and you can rename it later!)
Choose your preferences
Line Chart Options
Choose which Spaces, Folders, and Lists to include in the widget
Include data from
this week, or set a custom range of dates.
Choose the scale for the x-axis:
by weeks, or
Select the data point you want to use for the line chart including tasks, time estimates, the average age of tasks, Sprint points, and Custom Fields.
Group by options help organize your data points.
For example, when the y axis is
tasks and the group by option is
status, each status will be displayed as a separate line. Each data point on the line will reflect the number of tasks that were in that status on that date.
Instead of showing lines with data points, the chart will be displayed as a stacked area chart. Each color coded area will add to the total y-axis value.
This option allows you to include subtasks in the chart data.
This option allows you to include archived tasks in the chart data.
This option allows you to include closed tasks in your data.
Include tasks in Multiple Lists
This option allows you to include Tasks in Multiple Lists.
If you include locations that have Tasks in Multiple Lists, those tasks will be included for each location and will impact the values present in your chart.
Show changes from day to day (instead of actual values)
This option displays the difference day by day, rather than the value selected in the
y axis and other options listed above.
For example, when your data includes 0 tasks in progress on Monday, and 5 tasks in progress on Tuesday and 3 tasks in progress on Wednesday; the Line Chart widget will show a value of 5 for Tuesday and -2 for Wednesday.
Use filters to further refine the data to include in your chart.