Platform dashboards provide a central location to access data-driven visuals, such as graphs and charts, that allow you to monitor and analyze various details on your animals and the status of your dairy. There are three types of dashboards available: Dairy Dashboards, Company Dashboards, and Overview pages.
The data sections in a dashboard are called "widgets," each of which is built from a third-party application or common DairyComp 305, FeedWatch, and ParlorWatch/ParlorComp reports. To view the VAS-specific reports that provide data for a dashboard, the report names are displayed at the bottom of the widget:
Be sure to scroll down on the dashboard to see all widgets, and click the available links to view more data for each of the graphs.
Dashboards and Overview pages are fully customizable. Select and Customize Current Dashboard option at the top right of the Dairy or Company Dashboard or the Customize option on Overview pages to choose which widgets display or to rearrange them. See Manage Multiple Dashboards for more information on creating, modifying, and deleting multiple Dairy and Company dashboards.
Dairy Dashboards provide easy‑to‑read graphs and illustrations of essential dairy information. The point‑in‑time, heads-up display helps you see where your dairy stands today, what has happened in the recent past, and where it might be in the next few months. These dashboards are only available when you are viewing a dairy in the Platform; for information on company-level dashboards, see Company Dashboards.
Continue to the Widget Descriptions for more information on available widgets.
Company Dashboards provide a snapshot view of essential information for all dairies within your company. Key animal data, such as Cow Stats, are available for all company dairies, or can be viewed in a graphical format by individual dairy.
The Overview pages for DairyComp, FeedComp, and ParlorComp provide an easily-accessibly location to view key data from that specific on-premise application:
See the topics below for more information:
Last Built: May 20, 2020