- I already have a published dashboard, do I need to do anything?
- What are the main differences between the old and the new dashboard?
- Why did you update the dashboard?
- When will the old dashboard stop being supported by the software?
- How can I enable the new dashboard for my account?
I already have a published dashboard, do I need to do anything?No. However, you might want to update some texts to better fit the new view since it is now showing more years than just one.
What are the main differences between the old and the new dashboard?
The main difference is that the dashboard doesn't only focus on one year (like the end year for the transition as today), instead it shows emission data over several years, providing a pathway for the whole transition.
Why did you update the dashboard?
We realised that a one year focus was too narrow, and wanted to provide a pathway of how the transition is planned over time, and at the same time enabling us to more easily show historical data in the process. There is so much to tell and trying to fit it all in one diagram like in the current dashboard became increasingly difficult. Both for us to do and for our customers to understand.
When will the old dashboard stop being supported by the software?
There is no end date for the current version of the dashboard but we encourage you to switch over as soon as you can to make use of the historical emissions feature and seeing the trajectory over the course of the entirety of your timeframe.
How can I enable the new dashboard for my account?
You will get the tab in the editor to start using it and see how your data compares and what you might need to add or change to make things look good. Once you’re ready to publish your dashboard in the new look and feel, you can let our team know until we have an automated solution to publish.