Data and KPIs
The area chart allows adding up to 20 KPIs. Add an existing formula, edit it, or create a new formula right from the widget settings menu. You can also choose to drill down your metrics by specific parameters, based on the fields available in your data source that the formulas are built on.
For example, if you organize a marketing campaign and want to display the number of all post engagements of your social media post, you can drill the data down by country to see how many have interacted with your content and from which country.
Group by time
The area chart allows you to group data by time. Grouping by time will display all selected KPIs on a timely basis, depending on the selected time period.
For example, if you look at data from the previous 3 months, the widget will allow you to select between a daily, weekly, or monthly grouping. If you look at data from the current year, the widget will allow you to group data monthly, quarterly, or annually.
Compare to another time period
For example, if you set the time period to the current month and group by daily data, you can then compare your data to the previous day or the same day last week, month, or year.
Alternatively, if you set the time period to the current year and group by monthly data, you can compare the data to the previous month or the same month last year. This structure applies to all the available time period options.
Filter data by
If you add or drill down several KPIs on an area chart, it can become difficult to read the data. To improve the overview of your area chart, you can select to filter the data.
If you want to see all data, select Filter data by > All.
If you want to see data from specific teams or employees, select either the Teams or Employees option and add the teams or employees from the list.
Customize your area chart. When editing, go to the “Customize” section in the upper-right corner. From there, you can add titles to your area chart axes, change the position of the vertical axis, adjust the chart style including stacking, line style, weight, or legend position. Enable data labels or show a trendline to gain a precise overview of your KPIs.