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How to Add a Component
Laura Cassone avatar
Written by Laura Cassone
Updated over a week ago

Customizing your Orbify dashboard with components tailored to your workflow is key to optimizing productivity and organization. In this article, we'll walk you through the simple steps to add components to your Orbify dashboard, empowering you to create a workspace that supports your workflow seamlessly.

Step 1: Access Your Orbify Dashboard

Log in to your Orbify account.

On the top left, find the Project section.

Your project list will appear: simply click on the project you want to edit.

Once you click, the project dashboard will appear.

Step 2: Locate the "Add Component" Button

Click on the edit button at the top right.

Click on "Add component" to initiate the process.

Step 3: Choose a Component to Add

After clicking on the "Add Component" button, you'll be presented with a list of available components to choose from, among several categories. Browse through the options and select the component that best suits your needs.

Step 4: Add the Component to Your Dashboard

Click on “Add component”.

The component will then appear on your dashboard, allowing you to access its features and functionalities directly from your workspace.

Save by clicking on the dedicated button at the top right.

Step 5: Explore Additional Components

Continue adding components to your Orbify dashboard as needed to further customize your workspace. Experiment with different components to discover which ones enhance your productivity and organization the most.


Adding components to your Orbify dashboard is a simple yet powerful way to tailor your workspace to your specific workflow requirements. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can easily add, customize, and arrange components to create a dashboard that supports your productivity and organization goals. Explore the wide range of components available on Orbify to build a workspace that empowers you to work more efficiently and effectively.

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