Types of Posts
Edit or Delete Posts
Share a Post
Boost a Post
Report a Post
Creating a Poll
Creating Payment Posts
Filtering and Sorting Posts
Copy a Post
Posting to Select Recipients
Who is Padoq?
How to Submit Your App
How to Submit Your App to the Google Play Store
Google Play Console: How to push an update live
App Store Connect: How to push an update live
How to Submit Your App to the App Store
App Listing Design Requirements
Setting up Test Users
Types of Groups
The Super Admin Dashboard
Managing and deleting your group
Setting up a merchant account
Managing group members
What is a Padoq (or Group)?
Group Privacy Settings
Help! It won't let me log in
How do I Report an Issue?
What platforms is the app available on?
The Padoq platform
User registration (onboarding)
Padoq feed and menus
Creating a padoq (group)
Managing a padoq
What are Padoq categories?
Notifications and activity
Super Admin Dashboard - Issue reports
Create and Manage Forms (Information Collection)
Glossary | A guide to how we talk
Primary app menu
How do roles work?
Updated by Kate Santo
You can access the Super Admin Dashboard by heading to the web app > Manage > Super Admin > Pick your padoq > Dashboard.
The Super Admin Dashboard is closely linked to forms. Forms are the tool that allows you to collect information from your users. A good example is issue reporting: for property apps, when a tenant has an issue on their flat, they can report it through the app. Those reports are collected through a form and then added to the Dashboard.
Read more about forms in our Padoq forms guide.
Although there are other tabs within the Super Admin page, this guide is about the first tab: the Dashboard.
One of the key strengths of forms is the reporting side of it. In the report issue example we used above, the Super Admin page gives you visibility of every response to any of your templates in relation to any of your items. So you can see things like how many issues were reported in the previous week/month.
You will find the reports in the main Super Admin page, called Dashboard. This Dashboard gives you a summary of key numbers at the top: overdue tickets and reported issues this week. Then, if you keep going down, you will find filters to see only open or only closed issues, issues from a particular month... Or you can search for specific items with the search box.
What's great about the report is that you can export it (in full or filtered) into a CSV file, like an Excel file. This might make it easier to share with colleagues or to manipulate in different ways. You could create graphs telling your team what's the month where you typically get more issues reported, what's the average time it takes to fix an issue or how often you receive reports for a category of particular interest to you.