# Dashboard

Once you have created and configured multiple CRUD modules in your Twill's admin console, you can configure Twill's dashboard in config/twill.php.

For each module that you want to enable in a part or all parts of the dashboad, add an entry to the dashboard.modules array, like in the following example:

return [
    'dashboard' => [
        'modules' => [
            'projects' => [ // module name if you added a morph map entry for it, otherwise FQCN of the model (eg. App\Models\Project)
                'name' => 'projects', // module name
                'label' => 'projects', // optional, if the name of your module above does not work as a label
                'label_singular' => 'project', // optional, if the automated singular version of your name/label above does not work as a label
                'routePrefix' => 'work', // optional, if the module is living under a specific routes group
                'count' => true, // show total count with link to index of this module
                'create' => true, // show link in create new dropdown
                'activity' => true, // show activities on this module in actities list
                'draft' => true, // show drafts of this module for current user 
                'search' => true, // show results for this module in global search
            ],
            ...
        ],
        ...
    ],
    ...
];

You can also enable a Google Analytics module:

return [
    'dashboard' => [
        ...,
        'analytics' => [
            'enabled' => true,
            'service_account_credentials_json' => storage_path('app/analytics/service-account-credentials.json'),
        ],
    ],
    ...
];

It is using Spatie's Laravel Analytics (opens new window) package.

Follow Spatie's documentation (opens new window) to setup a Google service account and download a json file containing your credentials, and provide your Analytics view ID using the ANALYTICS_VIEW_ID environment variable.