There’s data about everything today, some of it crucial to your business (revenue and signups, perhaps) and others less important (total social followers, say). When you first start your work day, which data do you find most important to check? Do you open a handful of apps to check each data point, or have you pulled the important data together into a dashboard? Or perhaps do you have a more unique way of getting updated about important stats via Slack, an automated email, or something else?
We use Grow to pull in data from all our sources and mash it into some dashboards. From Grow depending on the user they can check the dashboard, get a report emailed or have a metric posted to Slack. For most of the data we check the dashboard but email / Slack can be a handy way to act as a trigger at a set time each month / week.
Has completely changed our business.
Definitely no dashboard given the variety of stats I check. I try to funnel all notifications into Gmail so I can triage what other apps I need to check. Instead of checking Intercom, Slack, Coda, I just look at the notifications to see if I need to provide input. Trying to do email only twice a day (thanks 4-Hour Workweek).
I use Slack for daily dashboard-type data Google Analytics, Jira, Signups, Finance, QuickBooks, System Errors, Usage, etc. Homegrown aggregated data into slack channels.
Definitely check out Jetadmin.io first then either retool.com or internal.io for an “all-in-one” dashboard concept!
Anyone using Redash? We're looking to use it to visualize data like signups, sales, usage, and understand how advertising and SEO affected app adoption either using Redash or another tool if a more suited one exits? Tnx
Graphy! But I was always going to say that wasn't I! :)
In all seriousness, Graphy (https://www.graphyapp.com) hopes to be the go to product to solve this problem. We aim to make it easy to connect all your SaaS tools in a few clicks and build the beautiful, flexible, and yet powerful dashboards and live data documents imaginable, all without a single line of SQL. The best part is that we've built powerful collaboration features to allow you to work with your team in real-time or share you data with contracts, investors, your board, or the whole world.
If you're interested in trying it out, let me know!
I think I'm a bit old school, I use RSS from various sites to curate my stuff..
For our eCommerce store, we have Shopify which has some decent build-in reporting. For a bit more sophisticated reporting, I built a couple Tableau dashboards that update daily (automatically) and monthly (some data is from other teams and less automated).
For weekly marketing promotions, I generate a
csv file with a Python / SQL script.
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