The KPI widget allows you to add a shaded circle or proportion of a charging battery, to display your Key Performance Indicators based on an individual data point. It is a fun and easy way of showing scores.
This example shows how the widget can be displayed either on a circle or battery charge:
This guide will teach you:
1. Setting up the widget
1.2 Widget settings
1.1 Configure the data
To make advanced design changes to this widget, use custom CSS.
If you want to display a few key performance indicator charts, just click Add KPI and add as many as you require. Follow the steps outlined above to set up each one as you wish.
1.2 Widget settings
Name your widget for ease of reference. Show KPI values as percentage - by default, this is toggled on, but you can toggle to turn off displaying as a percentage.
1.3 Widget placement and size
Choose how you would like to align your widget. You can choose to align it to one side and have explanatory text or another widget on the other side or center it.
- Left - widget will be aligned to the left side of the page, in a column layout
- Center - widget will be presented centered across the entire page from the left to the right (full width)
- Right - widget will be aligned to the right side of the page, in a column layout
If you would like another widget to appear side-by-side the circle, make sure to set the widget aligned on one side of the page and the circle on the other. For example, choose to align the text widget to the left and align a circle widget to the right.
KPI type - click to select if you want the KPI progress displayed as a battery filling up or showing a proportion of a circle.
Click the Update preview button to see how the widget you've created looks like
Take a look below at some different layout possibilities:
Now, if you want to show the widget to all respondents, you're done! Just make sure to click, save PDF, and continue adding widgets.
2. Widget logic rules
If you want to only show this widget under certain conditions, it's time to set the widget logic rules. If you want to show a general widget that is visualized every time your report is generated, you can choose not to include a widget logic rule. Learn more about Widget Logic.
Once you've saved your logic rules, don't forget to save your work, and you're ready to add more widgets!
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