A Dashboard is a main home screen app element. All app activities are placed on an app dashboard.
Your app always has the first, main dashboard by default. You can add multiple dashboards to your application.
The second dashboard will always require the Dashboard button that links to it from the main app dashboard.
To add this activity, open the Components section on the left side of your builder, expand the Layout category, and choose the Dashboard activity.
After you have added a second Dashboard, you can set a number of columns for it. Use the scale from the left side of the preview. For instance, if you set your Dashboard for 2 columns, it will be impossible to add more than 2 columns on activity level. We recommend setting this parameter between 3 and 5.
Below, you can tick the Use action buttons in the app bar.
You can add social buttons of quick access:
These quick access buttons will be placed in the upper part of your dashboard. You can set a vertical / horizontal direction to them, and set the alignment — in the central part, or on the left/right side of the screen. You can also change icons for these quick action buttons, or choose their color from the palette.
In the right part of the builder, you can customize your Dashboard activity.
Basic settings of the chosen activity.
Here, you have an URL of this particular activity. You can later use it for cross-linking among other app activities (for example, a custom page).
In this section, you can change the title of your Dashboard activity, add a subtitle and a description to it. This will help users navigate through your app.
You can also add a search bar to your Dashboard activity, which allows users to search in app.
Monetization settings section.
If you have previously set a monetization option to your app, you may or may not include a static banner in your photo gallery activity (tick if you want to display ads in this activity).
You can also choose an advertising network for this banner — AdMob or Facebook Ads.
If you have previously set a monetization option to your app, you may or may not include interstitial ads in your Dashboard activity (tick if you want to display ads in this activity).
You can also choose an advertising network for this interstitial — AdMob or Facebook Ads.
A visual representation of your activity.
The navigation drawer is a clickable icon in the left upper corner of your dashboard, that opens a list of all app’s features and helps users navigate through your app.
Here, you can set some navigation drawer’s parameters:
The app bar is an upper line with the activity’s name on your app’s dashboard.
App bar leading section lets you choose what to depict on the app bar:
You also have extra app bar settings here to tick:
You can also set an expanded app bar height (from the minimum of 56px).
Also, you can set the app bar behavior:
This section helps you set an interface of your activity.
Tick the Use background image for activity if you want to upload your picture as a background image inside the activity.
Add the image with the Browse image button. The file should be an image.
The Dashboard activity itself also has a settings image (a gear). You can add ads there, or delete the activity.
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