Your Jibble dashboard is a place where you are able to have an overview of your team’s tracked hours, who’s in and out, and more in the day, week, or month.
This article covers:
There are a few main components of the dashboard, namely;
Dashboard charts and widgets
Who’s in/out widget
The dashboard can be slightly different depending on your role. For owners, managers and admins, you’ll see your whole team, whereas, for normal members, they are only able to see their own hours.
Dashboard charts / widgets
You’ll have the option to customize widgets to your preferences, allowing you to enable or disable them based on your needs or preferences for your dashboard.
Simply click on “Configure widgets” located at the bottom of the dashboard page to make these adjustments.
Next to the welcome message, we display the list of upcoming holidays. You will see the three upcoming holidays in the current month.
To set up your team’s holidays, go to Holiday settings. Read more about managing your public holiday calendar.
The hours in this chart are tracked hours, so it does not include manually entered payroll hours. But it does include manually added time entries.
Worked hours are the hours in the day that are worked. Overtime hours are set up in your work schedule — if tracked work hours exceeds the scheduled work hours, it should be considered overtime, depending on how overtime hours are set up. If overtime hours are not set up, the hours tracked will be normal worked hours.
Break hours are the hours taken during your break.
Read more about the difference between tracked hours and payroll hours.
You can view your team’s top 10 activities here. Hover your mouse on the chart (or click if you’re on mobile) to see the hours tracked per activity.
To set up activities, go to Activities settings. Read more about setting up activities.
Projects are available on the Ultimate plan. You will be able to view you team’s top 10 projects and their respective total time allocations. Hover your mouse on the chart (or click if you’re on mobile) to view the hours tracked per project.
Read more about setting up projects.
In this map, you are able to see the locations you have created and the number of people who are clocked into the locations in a green radius.
If no one is clocked into the location, the radius will be displayed in grey instead.
To set up locations, go to Locations settings. Read more about setting up and managing locations.
Who’s in/out widget
The who’s in/out widget appears on the right side of the dashboard.
On this widget, you are able to see who in your team is currently clocked in, on a break, or out. Clicking on one of your team members will bring you directly to their personal detailed timesheet for more details.
The dashboard view is based on your own local timezone, but you can easily identify the timezone of someone working from a different location on the who’s in/out widget.
Allen Page clocked in from the UK at 9 am GMT+0. In Singapore, this time would be 5pm GMT+8.
As the owner, I am based in Singapore. I will observe that Allen’s clock-in time appears as 5 pm GMT+0 on my end.
What you can filter on the dashboard
Day / Week / Month filters
Your dashboard charts can be filtered by day, current week, or entire current month. That means, for example, if you want to view your team’s total tracked hours for this week, you can do so by changing the day filter to the week filter.
These filters have no effect on upcoming holidays, the location map, and the who’s in/out widget.
Location, groups, schedules filters
If you have a specific location, group, or work schedule that you want to check, you can easily filter them here as long as you have set them up.
If not, by default, you will see all locations, groups, and work schedules.
These filters have no effect on upcoming holidays. For normal members, they do not see these filters.
Organization / Personal filters
If you’re managing a team or a group, your dashboard will be catered to you to have an overview of your team’s or group’s actions. That is when “Organization” is selected, and it’s selected by default.
If you want to only view your own actions, you can always switch to “Personal”.
For normal members, they can only see their own details on the dashboard.