A widget is a small display element that can be added to the Misskey UI to display and interact with information. By default they are displayed on the right side of the screen or accessed from the stack icon in the mobile web app navigation menu.
To edit widgets, switch to widget edit mode at the bottom of the widget view. In widget edit mode you can add, delete, and reorder widgets.
After you close out of the widget layout editor, you can also configure settings for each widget's behavior.
List of Available Widgets
Shows a list of your notifications. You can change the types of notifications shown by opening the notification widget menu. If you disable "User global settings" you can choose to only show certain types of notifications.
Display a timeline. You can choose from one of the standard timelines (Home, Local, Social, and Global) or one of your custom user Lists or Antennas.
Displays a list of items from an RSS feed. You can provide any valid RSS feed URL in the configuration.
Similar to the RSS Reader, but the ticker shows the feed as a scrolling ticker on a single line. There are also more options to customize how the the feed will be refreshed and displayed.
Displays trending Hashtags as well as statistics of how many users have mentioned it and a graph of that hashtag's activity.
Displays a visualization of activity over time.
Displays the number of users that are active on this instance.
Displays a gallery of your recent photos.
Displays a slideshow of photos one of your specified drive folders. To select the drive folder, left-click on the slideshow widget after you have exited the widget layout editor. Then select the checkbox of folders you want included in the slideshow and click the check mark to confirm.
Displays the current date as well as a graphic showing the date progression.
Displays an analog clock. The analog clock has many options to customize its appearance.
Displays a digital clock.
Displays the seconds elapsed since the UNIX Epoch (1970-01-01T00:00:00Z).
List of federated instances and graphs of their recent activity.
An interactive animation that shows federated instances.
A text area where you can jot down short notes for yourself. You can save your sticky note and it will be available wherever you access Misskey Web.
A widget form of the Note composition menu.
A display of the server metrics. The type of metrics displayed can changed by clicking the arrows in the header of the widget.
A display of the server job queue statistics.
A widget version that you can use to test and execute AiScript programs. This is a widget version of the Scratchpad page accessible through the help menu.
An interactive button that when clicked runs your own custom AiScript program.
A digital version of the Misskey mascot, Ai, that will follow you around the site.