What is a Dashboard for?
Dashboards are the landing page when you log in to Avero. You can pin any reports, and they will update automatically and be together in one place at-a-glance. This is your custom daily sales report. Without inputting any parameters or manually running a report, you have up-to-date information on the things you decided were important to running your business.
Get an overview of sales at multiple locations, or all the items sold yesterday. You can set up multiple dashboards to view Labor, Sales, Payments & Promotions. Just look for the Speedometer icon to pin a report to the dashboard.
How do I pin reports to my dashboard?
See our how-to guide here: Creating & Managing Dashboards
Want us to walk you through it?
If you're currently logged into Avero, click to launch our pop-up guide to see how: Create Dashboards
Can I move and resize dashboard reports?
You can customize the view of your dashboard by moving and resizing the reports to view it in the way that makes you the most comfortable and effective. Use the cross-hairs to move and the bottom right corner to resize.
You can also have multiple Dashboards to focus on specific topics, such as a Sales Dashboard, a Labor Dashboard, or one dedicated to tracking Payments & Promotions.
What are some good reports I should pin to my dashboard?
We have a list of Dashboard Suggestions to get you started!
Why don't I see the speedometer icon to pin my report?
Reports can only be pinned to your dashboard if they are run with dynamic dates. Dynamic dates update automatically as time progresses. For example, MTD or Month-to-date will always be the current month and will automatically roll over into a new month, but 7/1-7/31 range report will always be July and not update when the month is over. If you're missing the icon, make sure your report is set to a dynamic date and not fixed dates.
Can I share my dashboard with other users?
Yes! To do so, open a ticket with Avero Support and provide the name of the dashboard you want to share, and a list of the usernames with who you want to share it.
Why is the Day of Week changing in my Dashboard Trend Report?
Days of Week operates like 'Days' except you can limit it to a specific day of week to avoid comparing a Monday to a Saturday. A trend of the last 5 Fridays can help chefs correctly forecast demand to prep accurately, or managers schedule appropriate support staff based on recent business levels.
Note: If you place a DOW trend (such as last 5 Mondays) and pin it to your dashboard, it will always show yesterday's day of week. So when viewing the dashboard on Tuesday, you'll see the last 5 Mondays, on Friday, you'll see yesterday (Thursday) and the last 4 preceding like days.