By default, charts automatically determine their Y axis scale based on the data that they’re showing. In this example the chart range is $0 to $100k.Read More
You can now turn off X and/or Y axis labels on dashboard charts. This example shows the default appearance with both axes turned on.Read More
A popular feature in version 3.2 is the new color palate. We originally designed charts and text to not be able to use colors like reds, yellows, or greens because those colors can be misinterpreted as showing performance. We’ve listened to your feedback, though, and we now let you color your text and charts using a much wider variety of colors.
When you create a new dashboard in Scoreboard, you now have the option to automatically add widgets for each KPI in the organization. It’s a great starting point for building KPI dashboards.
This is what the “new dashboard” screen looks like now in Scoreboard.Read More
In version 3.2 you can now add initiative data to scorecard charts. In this example we have a bar graph showing our “monthly product revenue” KPI. On top of that we’ve overlaid a line showing the percentage complete of the “migrate servers to the cloud” initiative.Read More
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