Get the Dashboard Back
The macOS Dashboard, basically a separate desktop with its own set of widgets, has been contentious since its introduction in OS X Tiger. Some people love it and some people hate it. But Apple itself has seemingly chosen a side as of macOS Mojave.
In the latest version of macOS, the Dashboard is gone. But if you’re a fan of the feature, don’t worry. Apple hasn’t removed the Dashboard. Instead, it’s just disabled by default.
You can turn it back on by going to System Preferences > Mission Control. Under the Dashboard dropdown menu, you can select two options. As Overlay is the classic method, while As Space treats the Dashboard as a separate desktop.