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Posted on 2011-02-17
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Hi All

I am creating dashboards using Inbuilt SharePoint Dashboard Designer and would just like some advice om Listing My different Dashboards.

Currently i have a Busineees Intelligence Template and on the quick launch bar i have a Dashboard Link, Then from there a page is displayed showing a folder for every Dashboard That i have created, If i click on the folder for the dashoard that i want i then have to click the .aspx page.

Might sound like a silly question but is there a more user friendly way of laying all this out.

Thanks

John
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by:zephyr_hex (Megan)
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it sounds like too many clicks.  i would recommend a structure where the user sees a list of Dashboards to select from, and once they click the selection, they see the dashboard.

or, logically group the dashboards and present them on one page... if it makes sense to see them together.
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by:pepps11976
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That sounds an idear

How do I do it
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create a list of links.  each link is to a dashboard.  put the list of links on a page.

when the user clicks a link, it displays the dashboard.
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