Part 4 - Creating the first component of the product manager dashboard

Next, let's build the the product manager dashboard.

We'll start with the first component of the product manager dashboard which contains a chart displaying the number of tasks team members have created.

By the end of this section you should have something that looks like this:

Source code

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Steps

  1. Add a Show If macro and set the User parameter to "product-manager".

  2. Inside the Show If macro, add a Chart macro.
    Set the Type to "bar" and dataDisplay to "after".

  3. Then create a Report Table macro inside the Show If macro.

  4. Within the Report Table macro, add a Grouping Reporter macro
    Set the Key and As parameters to "Task>data:User" and "Assignee" respectively. 

  5. Within the Grouping Reporter macro, add a Grouping Stats macro.
    Set the Key and As parameters to "Task>size" and "AssigneeTasks"  respectively.

  6. Still within the Grouping Reporter macro, create an Expanding Reporter macro.
    Set the Key and As parameters to "data:Task" and "Task" respectively.

  7. Within the Expanding Reporter macro, create a Local Reporter macro.
    Set the Key parameter to "page:children".

  8. Within the Report Table macro, add two Report Column macros.
    Set their Titles to "Assignee" and "Number of Tasks".

  9. In the "Assignee" Report Column macro, add a Report Info macro.
    Set the Key parameter to "Assignee"

  10. In the "Number of TasksReport Column macro, add a Report Info macro.
    Set the Key parameter to "AssigneeTasks>stats:item count".
    This is so we can get the value of the Scaffolding Description field.

Macro structure


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