Dashlet Options – Hi Mid Low KPI, and Gauge 2

 

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In the Hi Mid Low KPI and the Gauge 2 Dashlets, you can complete this task in two ways:

  1. In the Dashboard Editor

  2. In the Dashlet itself in the Dashboard Page.

To change what the Hi Mid Low KPI and the Gauge 2 Dashlets measure:

  1. Click ‘Dashboard’ in the Control Bar

  2. Click ‘KPI Dashboard’ in the Page Tree

  3. In the Dashlet, click the  button.   

 

Fields Definitions

Description

Change the Name of the Dashlet here

Date Range

Select the Date range by clicking open the Dropbox, Note that selecting ‘Custom’ reveal the Start / End Date selection input boxes

KPI Type

Select what you want to measure by selecting from the list of Key Performance Indicators.

Note: If a Max KPI is not chosen, only the value/count will be shown and the Low/High Value cannot be percentage.

Max KPI

Select what you want to measure against KPI Type.

For example: A KPI Type of Total Missed Tests, and Max KPI Total Tests Taken,  the Dashlet would then show you how many Tests were missed, compared to the Total Tests Scheduled as a Total and as a percentage.

When a Max KPI is in use, you can define the Low and High values as a percentage instead of just a value allowing for a set tolerance.

Specify the range of the Specify the ‘Action required’ Range’ ( The Yellow Zone  in the Dashlet)

The values specified here control the ‘size’ of the Yellow Zone in the Dashlet (Action Required)

Using % of Totals

An example would be: KPI Type – Total Tests that have been Missed; Max KPI – Total Tests Taken, Between 90% and 94.9% input to the relevant boxes, check the % of Max KPI box. This will measure  Missed Tests against Total Tests scheduled as a % and set the Zones in the dashlet:

Red – 0% – 89.9%

Yellow – 90% – 94.9%

Green – 95% – 100%

Using Values

An example would be: KPI Type – Total Tests that have been Missed; Max KPI – Total Tests Taken, with a range of between 10 and 20 input in the relevant boxes. The Dashlet would then show the missed Tests are below 10 then it’s classed as ‘Acceptable’, if it’s over 20 then it’s Unacceptable. You can also invert the range by ticking the box for ‘Acceptable Range’ this would mean that below 10 is ‘Unacceptable’ and over 20 is ‘Acceptable’

Modify the ‘Action required Range’

This scale is used as a visual representation of the ‘Specify the Action required Range’ described above; users should set the range values first. And then you can adjust the value to give you the desired results using the arrows or the sliders.

Change Sites

Optionally, check the Check Box to reveal a Pop Up containing the Sites. Select the Site(s) the Dashlet is to report on. Note the selections in User Defined.

Change Equipment Groups

Optionally, check the Check Box to reveal a Pop Up containing Equipment Groups.  Select the Equipment Groups the Dashlet is to report on.

Change Equipment

Optionally, check the Check Box to reveal a Pop Up containing Equipment options. Select the Equipment(s) the Dashlet is to report on.

Change Questions

Optionally, check the Check Box to reveal a Pop Up containing Questions options. Select the question(s) the Dashlet is to report on.

Size

Optionally, change the size of the dashlet

5. Fill in the fields as required.

6. Click ‘Apply and Save’ to save. (Apply Only will allow changes to be viewed but not saved)