Create your Twitter dashboards today!
Note: Twitter has recently shut down our access to their API, along with many other companies in our industry. Unfortunately, this means that DashThis cannot natively pull data from Twitter and display it in your widgets for the time being. Although this situation is outside our control, we want to ensure that we do everything possible to help. This is why we have designed a detailed guide explaining how to import Twitter data into your dashboard using our CSV or Google Sheets integration. This guide will provide a viable alternative to continue reporting on your most important KPIs.
What better way to include consumers in a regular conversation with you than through Twitter? With 280 character Tweets, it’s easy to hear what your consumers have to say, include them in a conversation, and create a positive brand image. Create Twitter dashboards to get an even better understanding of what your clients like, engage with, and react to.
Metrics & Dimensions
Whether your own or your client’s logo, make your dashboard reflect your brand!
Drag-and-drop your widgets onto your dashboard to create a clean report layout that includes all the information you need.
Customize your widgets to show the data you want, the way you want to.
Featuring the most common KPIs, these widgets are ready to use! Drag, drop, done!
This historic widget shows the rate at which your Twitter followers engage with your content. It is calculated by dividing the total number of engagements by the total number of your followers, then multiplying the result by 100.
This historic widget shows the total number of mentions your Twitter handle has.
This list widget shows your retweeted posts, in order of number of retweets.
This historic widget shows the total number of followers your Twitter page has.
These are the top 5 metrics and dimensions users usually include in their Twitter dashboards:
Get a more inclusive view of your data by including these integrations in your dashboard too: