Gail requested some photos of the Moleskine Dashboard planner, and a comparison of it with the Moleskine Action planner. Here you go Gail!
Both of these planners are in Moleskine's line of Professional planners. I've never done a review of the Dashboard planner before, but have done the Action planner (which you can see here).
The Dashboard planner is approximately 5 by 8 inches (Moleskine's Large size). It has a vertical weekly layout with space under the days for to-do lists (which looks a lot like the way I modified their classic vertical weekly planner several years ago, don't you think?).
In addition to weekly pages, the Dashboard has tear-out lists in the back, which I don't think add any value to the planner (just my personal opinion).
There are also Expenses pages.
I'll let you read my Action Planner review for all its features, but here is the weekly layout so you can see how it compares to the Dashboard.
The Action planner is approximately 7 1/2 by 10 inches (Moleskine's Extra Large size). You can see the size differences here.
Something to note: this is a 2015 Dashboard planner. I don't have a 2016 Dashboard, but I do have several other 2016 Moleskine planners, all of which now have monthly grid calendars instead of the vertical monthly columns they had before. Below you can see the month columns at the left (2015) and month grid at the right (2016).
Both of these planners come with a removable address booklet in the back pocket.
If you have any questions about either of these planners let me know!
Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with Moleskine in any way. These are my own photos of planners that I bought for myself.