Brand New Dashboard for Hub Planner

Today, Hub Planner unveil the a brand new revamped Dashboard. One of many new updates to follow, we firstly releases the brand new Hub Planner Dashboard. Available to all new and existing users, the updated dashboard will showcase Hub Planner’s strong commitment to beautiful design and user centric functions.

The design makes it really easy to see what you’re scheduled on and when. All the relevant details you need to know are right there. Really creating a perfect home page for users to see what’s happening all in the one spot – existing Hub Planner user

The new Hub Planner Dashboard is a one stop shop for a snapshot of project and resource stats and progress. Broken down nicely into silos and pods, each with relevant and further details to represent the project or resource data. As always, the design is bondelaire, with an awareness for showing just the right amount of information the user needs. Dynamic widgets, pods and inline tabs are all new additions to the rejuvenated dashboard. Let’s take a look to see what new?

So What’s New?

Inline tabs extended each dashboard view to give you more options to move around and see contextual information. Quickly navigate between Dashboard, Projects, Resources and Schedule to view a snapshot of the content.

The Sidebar is packed with options to help you quickly navigate between the different types of dashboard options. Flip between My Dashboard, Project Dashboards and Resource Dashboards. Each Sidebar option has its own menu with unique options.

The Knowledge Base will take your through the ins and outs of the Dashboard as a whole. Here, let’s focus on what’s new to the Hub Planner Dashboard and how it can help you better your resource management and analytics.

Do I need to update my Hub Planner settings? The new Dashboard will automatically appear once you next log into Hub Planner or indeed refresh your page. It’s not like an Apple software update and you sign your life away :)

My Dashboard and what’s new?

My Dashboard is designed with the daily user in mind. What will I see? My Dashboard will give you an overall, birds-eye view of your time scheduled v reported, your schedule timeline, how well you’re being utilized, projects you’re working on and your tasks overview. All in easy to read and view charts, pods, widgets and tabs.

So what’s new with Dashboard? We’ve added new functionality, new pods and dynamic widgets with more relevant and updated information for the everyday user. Not only that new inline tabs are on view which separates data and provides easy to navigate silos of information about your stats, schedule, tasks and projects etc.


Navigate between the five inline tabs for more details on your schedule, utilization rate, projects you’re working on and tasks.

  1. Dashboard
  2. Schedule
  3. Utilization
  4. Projects
  5. Tasks

You’ll notice new similarities that translates throughout Hub Planner. Whether it’s from reporting columns or slack notification and how your timeline is viewed.

My Dashboard

The homepage of My Dashboard. Here will display the high level data providing you with a clear and concise picture of your time. Siloed into pods and widgets, each of which breakdowns or charts the high level stats of where your time is being spent. Easy to follow and simple to use – My Dashboard is super helpful for all users of all levels to see where their week/month is at. What my schedule looks like, how much available time I have left, show me what I reported on my Timesheet and even burn rate. All, in a one shop stop style.


My Schedule Dashboard

Also a new update to the Hub Planner Dashboard. We got rid of the out dated, space hogging calendar. Now, a clear timeline list, similar to what you see in your Slack schedule reminder notifications.  Each details the most relevant information about your schedule.

  • Date
  • Project Name (Green meaning Active project)
  • Creator of Booking
  • Allocation Time
  • Booking Category
  • Day / Date
  • Utilization Rate


My Utilization Dashboard

Ask, and you shall receive. One of Hub Planner’s most popular reports has made it to it’s own tab in the new dashboard! Indeed, my utilization rate now appears as a heat map broken down by the frequency option you chose. Click the quick access menu for a drop down of date range options or custom pick your date range. Also choose how you want the data to show? By Day, by week, month etc.


My Projects Dashboard

My Projects tab allows each user to see their breakdown of data for the project within the time range chosen. There are two new widgets here in My Projects. The first widget showing a breakdown of the projects your are working on within the date range chosen. The data you will see will be the name of the project, the time this period, to date, future and all time.

But, not only that, below in the next pod you have a clever widget showing all other projects you are a part of. But the difference being, you’re not scheduled on thse projects during the time period chosen. Clever right? Condensed to enhance your view, scroll through the pages for more projects you’re a part of. Use the sort function to show the data as you prefer.

Notice some similarities from Hub Planner reports? Yes, indeed. Keeping like with like and consistency throughout Hub Planner, you will notice that the time periods reflect the same as what is set in Hub Planner’s Reports.  This Period, Last Period, Next Period, To Date, All Time, etc. All of these time periods are very same to what you will see in a Hub Planner report, you will also see in the Hub Planner Dashboard.


My Tasks Dashboard

Also new to the my dashboard, is the drag and drop tasks function. Within the tasks tab will show the scheduled tasks and those that are completed. Hub Planner loves to drag and drop, and my dashboard tasks are no different. So, we decided to add the option to easily update your tasks right here in my dashboard. Use the drag and drop function to move tasks to complete or to be completed. You can even delete a task here too.


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