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Charts be first in Dashboard

I think the Statistics tab should be first to seen on the dashboard. This is the main information and we need to make one more click to see it.

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4 Responses

  1. Hi Perties,

    The dasboard page contains important warning about your setup. We think it is important that it is seen. Maybe the dashboard will change in the future to display more (summarized) statistics and the statistics page will be a deep dive into the statistics. As for now, we are not sure how we will change these pages.

    We will discuss this with our team. Thank you for the input.

    Kind regards,
    Hessel

  2. You say: “The dashboard page contains important warning about your setup.” – but this does not change. What changes is the statistics, this is why the user goes to see the dashboard more often then to see the setup. I basically after wile do not care about setup.

  3. I second Perties’ point – Statistics is the main reason for the plugin so it should have priority.
    As a bit of a “compromise”… would you add a direct link to the Statistics tab in the WP top bar (the one with “Hi admin”, updates etc.) so that the link is always handy when you are in the back-end?
    If yes, you could then move your widget to sit alongside all other plugins in the sidebar (vs. under the Dashboard submenu as it is at the moment). And then you could show the Burst dashboard as the first tab on accessing the plugin area.

  4. I agree. Statics should be first. That’s why I use the plugin, that’s what I want to see.

    Because I already setup the plugin – and there are almost none settings to be set (which is nice) – I have to click twice to get to the Statistics everytime I want to check them.

    Ideas:
    1. Change the tabs the other way around. So first ‘Statistics’ and then ‘Burst Dashboard’.
    2. I don’t know if I’m the only one, but maybe it is a naming issue? Curious how other people experience this: in my opinion ‘Dashboard’ should be called ‘settings’. I expect to see the website statistics page when I click/see ‘Dashboard’.
    3. I won’t mind an extra ‘Burst Statistics settings’ link in the ‘settings’ dropdown in the WordPress menu panel. I keep going to the ‘settings’ tab in the panel to go to the Burst settings page. I think out of habbit as, for me, a lot of WordPress backend plugins are reachable form within this menu.

    Thank you for making this plugin. I love the plugin, it’s easy for clients, and I’m curious where it goes 😀

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4 Responses

  1. Hi Perties,

    The dasboard page contains important warning about your setup. We think it is important that it is seen. Maybe the dashboard will change in the future to display more (summarized) statistics and the statistics page will be a deep dive into the statistics. As for now, we are not sure how we will change these pages.

    We will discuss this with our team. Thank you for the input.

    Kind regards,
    Hessel

  2. You say: “The dashboard page contains important warning about your setup.” – but this does not change. What changes is the statistics, this is why the user goes to see the dashboard more often then to see the setup. I basically after wile do not care about setup.

  3. I second Perties’ point – Statistics is the main reason for the plugin so it should have priority.
    As a bit of a “compromise”… would you add a direct link to the Statistics tab in the WP top bar (the one with “Hi admin”, updates etc.) so that the link is always handy when you are in the back-end?
    If yes, you could then move your widget to sit alongside all other plugins in the sidebar (vs. under the Dashboard submenu as it is at the moment). And then you could show the Burst dashboard as the first tab on accessing the plugin area.

  4. I agree. Statics should be first. That’s why I use the plugin, that’s what I want to see.

    Because I already setup the plugin – and there are almost none settings to be set (which is nice) – I have to click twice to get to the Statistics everytime I want to check them.

    Ideas:
    1. Change the tabs the other way around. So first ‘Statistics’ and then ‘Burst Dashboard’.
    2. I don’t know if I’m the only one, but maybe it is a naming issue? Curious how other people experience this: in my opinion ‘Dashboard’ should be called ‘settings’. I expect to see the website statistics page when I click/see ‘Dashboard’.
    3. I won’t mind an extra ‘Burst Statistics settings’ link in the ‘settings’ dropdown in the WordPress menu panel. I keep going to the ‘settings’ tab in the panel to go to the Burst settings page. I think out of habbit as, for me, a lot of WordPress backend plugins are reachable form within this menu.

    Thank you for making this plugin. I love the plugin, it’s easy for clients, and I’m curious where it goes 😀

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