You may elect to view one or more trends on the Activity Graph; the number of bugs assigned over time, the number of bugs opened over time, the number of bugs resolved over time or all of these within one graph.
The Add Time widget allows the user logged in to quickly record time worked on a bug. The advantage to this widget is that the work can be recorded for previous dates, something not currently possible in Bugzilla.
Displays bugs which have had attachments added to them. Attachments can be valuable in communicating the underlying issue.
Allows you to set a time interval after which all widgets on the page are automatically refreshed.
Displays the count of bugs within each priority or severity in a bar chart.
Lists the top 100 reporters who have submitted 500 or more bugs.
Bug Burndown Chart
Displays the time worked on a bug by date showing the progressive burn down of estimated time to completion of the work through actual time recorded.
Closed As Unconfirmed
Lists the number of times each person has closed an unconfirmed bug as invalid, duplicate or “works for me”.
Counts By Priority
A table of all open bugs by their priority for each product. The differences between this and the Priorities By Product are the presence of a totals line here and the presence of highlight colors in the Priorities By Product.
Counts By Severity
A table with the number of open bugs by severity for each product.
Counts By Status
A table of all open bugs by their status. This is a good look at your pipeline as the statuses represent your workflow, e.g. unconfirmed to confirmed.
Counts For Priorities
An at-a-glance visual aid to the distribution and impact of priorities within the bugs database.
Looks for orphaned records; those whose assignee are no longer active in the bugs database.
Disabled QA Contacts
Attempts to limit orphaned bugs by listing those bugs whose QA Contact is no longer active in the bugs database.
For those times when you’re not at your personal workstation, you can save a list of links which will be available from within your dashboard.
The workload assigned to each user can easily be displayed in bar, pie or table format. This helps to adjust resources when unexpected bottlenecks occur.
Displays the number of times a bug has been marked as “fixed”. A high number could indicate poor code quality, inadequate testing methods, or both.
Lists all bugs which have been opened in the past 7 days. This is intended to help with the triage of bugs.
Priorities And Severities Pie Chart
The pie chart helps you visualize the number of bugs within either the priorities or severities quickly and easily.
Priorities And Severities Treemap
Grouping bugs by severity within their priority helps to visualize how much effort is really required to overcome major obstacles.
Priorities By Component Severity
Lists the number of bugs assigned to a priority within the group of severities for a component by product.
The count of open bugs in each priority for each product helps to assess where the work needs to focus.
Product Burndown Chart
Displays the time logged against bugs for a particular product.
List the number of bugs assigned to each person by priority.
Restrict Dashboard By Product
Allows you to restrict each individual widget of a dashboard to a particular product after the dashboard has been published. This is useful in pin pointing suspected anomalies.
The Scorecard widget provides an easy-to-understand at-a-glance indication of the health within the bugs database.
Lists all bugs associated to a custom field which is presumed to be the sprint the bug will be fixed in.
Thermometers styled to your specifications provide a quick visualization on where open bugs are grouped by severity.
Side By Side Comparison
Highlights the differences between any two bugs, helping to triage bugs quickly by pointing out obvious duplicates.
To help you cross-reference issues you may see on Bugs Dashboard and wish to inspect closer, the Subversion Log widget will allow you to query a Subversion repository for a search term.
Visual aid to the clustering of open bugs within products, priorities and severities using font size and weight to emphasize distribution.
There are several options for reporting the amount of work logged in the bugs database including by the bug id, the user who worked the time, the product or sub-totaled by the date worked.
Lists the 20 people who have confirmed the most bugs.
Lists the top bug submitters. Unlike the Big Reporters which looks for 500 or more bug submissions, this widget will report on any number of bug submissions.
Top Ten Attachments
Lists the ten largest attachments.
Lists the people actively changing the state of unconfirmed bugs.
Lists the number of bugs each person has marked as Invalid.