Create a Priority widget

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Priority Dashboard widgets allow you to get a high-level overview of tasks by the level of importance.

What you'll need

Create a Priority widget

To create a Priority widget:
  1. Open a Dashboard.
  2. In the upper-right corner, click + Add widget.
  3. In the Sidebar, select Priorities.
  4. Choose a widget. Each type is explained in the next section.
  5. Customize your widget:
    • Select the Location: Select one or more Spaces, Folders, or Lists within your Workspace to collect data from.
    • Choose to include or exclude data from subtasks, archived tasks, closed tasks, and Tasks or Subtasks in Multiple Lists.
    • Add a Task Filter: Add additional filters to adjust the scope of your widget.
    • Set the Time range: View all tasks within this year, month, week, or a custom time frame. Choose if you want to view changes by days, weeks, or months.
      • This customization option is only available for the Priority Over Time widget on the Business Plan and above.
  6. In the lower-right corner, click Add widget.
If you want more advanced customization options, check out Custom widgets. Custom widgets are available on our Business Plan and above.

Priority widget types

There are several types of Priority widgets:
  • Priority Breakdown (Pie, Bar, and Battery)
  • Goals
  • Priority Over Time
  • Total Urgent Tasks
  • Total High Tasks
  • Total Normal Tasks
  • Total Low Tasks
  • Total No Priority Tasks

Priority Breakdown

You can view your task distribution by Priority in three different display options:
  • Pie chart
  • Battery chart
  • Bar char

Screenshot showing the Priority Breakdown widget.

Goals

View your Goals and create or update Targets without leaving your Dashboard.
Gif showing a Goal widget.

Priority Over Time

See task distribution by Priority over a set range of time. This widget is available on the Business Plan and above.
Screenshot showing the Priority Over Time widget.

Total Tasks

See the total number of tasks at a selected Priority level:
  • Urgent
  • High
  • Normal
  • Low
  • No Priority

Screenshot showing the Total Urgent Tasks widget.

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