There are in total 3 widget types: figure, chart and table.
In simple terms, the figure widget shows the data in large numbers. By default, the widget will compare the data with the previous period and display a percentage change. It is particularly handy when it comes to a high-level overview of your property.
As the name suggests, chart widgets allow you to visualise data in different kinds of charts. You can look at the trends by time or locations. By identifying trends and outliers, it makes large datasets easier to understand and highlights the important information.
If you are looking for a detailed snapshot across various locations/ zones, you shouldn’t miss the table widget. Presented in the table format, the widget is just like a matrix with rows as locations/zones and columns as the data types.