What is new in Target Dashboard in February

Last Updated: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 by Sofi Hjalmarsson

2014 has come off to a great start, and we already have some great new features available in the application for you to try out and use on your own dashboards.

Statistical Chart Lines

You can now add more lines to your charts, including average, minimum, maximum, standard deviation and Six Sigma control lines. We wrote a blog post about it when the feature was released, so if you’re interested to read more about the new chart lines and how they can be used to further analyse your KPIs, head over here…

Data Drill Downs

Another new feature, that’s still in Beta, but available for all customers and trial users to try out, is Data Drill Downs for your charts.

Drilling down into your data directly from the charts on your dashboards is a feature that many of our customers have requested, and we have a quick video that you can watch to find out how it works on YouTube. Click here to watch it!

New Google Analytics Connection

We have revamped and released a new version of our Google Analytics connector, which can be found under Add New Table. You are still able to get all of the figures you were before, but we’re confident that the new connector is easier to use, and on top of that it ties in with what Google calls Dimensions. These are things like which social network your visitors came from, what country, if they used a mobile device or a PC or if they came through a specific campaign.

We’ve written a blog post about the benefits of connecting Target Dashboard to your Analytics account, which you can read here: How to Use Google Analytics Data in Dashboard Reports


Did you know that you can now completely white label Target Dashboard? This means that if you’re reporting to clients, or just want to make Target Dashboard take on the look of your organisation, you can.

The white labelling comes complete with removal of all Target Dashboard branding in your organisation’s account. This includes logos and text branding in the application itself, in reports and in any emails sent from your Target Dashboard account as well as the web address you use to get to Target Dashboard.

In combination with the Client Filtering capabilities that I’m going to talk briefly about below, this functionality becomes very powerful in reporting to your clients and customers.

Changes to the User Interface

We’ve also made lots of changes to the Target Dashboard user interface, making it slicker and easier to use. The biggest changes can be seen on the Add New user screen, and in the User Manager, which has been completely revamped.

Client/User Filtering

We also launched a new Target Dashboard plan in the beginning of February. This plan is specifically tailored for companies that re reporting to their clients. Maybe you’re using Target Dashboard as a part of a solution to communicate results and figures to your clients, maybe you’re offering it to customers as part of a service that you provide.

With Client Filtering you can keep all of your data in one place, but report to each of your clients individually and securely without the hassle of creating a new dashboard for each client.

If you would like to know more about this option, or any of the features mentioned above, please don’t hesitate to be in touch with us on support@targetdashboard.com

Best regards,

Sofi Hjalmarsson