Tile Widget

Tile Widget

Tiles allow you to simplify how users interact with your dashboards by providing a more intuitive and beautiful set of options.

Use Tile to display clickable images that will redirect user to another website, dashboard or tab. 

Creating your own

To add it to your dashboard, choose the Tile widget from the list and customize it to your preference. You can edit it by using the options located on the right side of the widget.

This widget works for both dashboards, Normal and Blueprint

Add the link of the image that will be presented in the Tile. Use some of these formats: .svg, .png, .jpg, jpeg.

You can always use the Files to store your image and copy the URL to this field. 

Only links to HTTPS URLs are accepted. 

Visualization Options

Here are some additional options located under the Visualization tab:

  1. Add text on the bottom of the widget
  2. Define the image opacity level (0% to 100%)

If you want the user to be redirected to another website, dashboard, or tab, just add a valid HTTPS link in the field inside the Options tab.

Leave this URL field empty if you don't want the user to take any action (not clickable).

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