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Operator cockpit

Customize your dashboard

The following chapter explains how to customize your dashboard.


  • Overview of the Operator Cockpit
  • Individualize your dashboard by adding Widgets and rearranging them
  • Share your dashboard with other users

Video Tutorial

Step-by-step Guide

  1. Open the menu and go to Operator Cockpit.

  2. Select a program in the Operator Cockpit.

  3. The execution flow will be shown on the right side of the display.

  4. The buttons to start/stop the program are at the top of the screen. You are also able to loop the program or execute it step by step.

  5. Next to these buttons is a slider to adjust the speed of the program.

Customize your dashboard

  1. To individualize the dashboard, click on the name of the dashboard on the right corner, then dashboard actions edit dashboard.

  2. The “+” buttons let you add Widgets or a new column.

  3. By using Drag&Drop you can change the position of the widgets.

  4. The sliders on each widget enable you to adjust their size.

  5. Use the arrows 🔼 🔽 on the bottom of each widget to move them around.

  6. If you want to change the name of a widget, click the symbol next to the name.

  7. Here you will also be able to add a description and change the visibility settings.

  8. When you are done editing the dashboard, click the green button ✔ on the right upper corner to save the changes.

Share your dashboard

  1. Now you can share your dashboard with other users.

  2. To do that, click dashboard actions manage dashboards

  3. Choose a user to share you dashboard with and press apply (you can also choose to share your dashboard with all users)

  4. After starting the drag&bot software, the user (you shared your dashboard with) will only have access to said dashboard and the programs you allow him to see.

Control buttons

run-button : Starts the program

run-button : The program will be executed step by step. Each press of the button starts one function block.

run-button : Runs whole program inside a loop. First click this button, then the Run button.