How to Tune Dashboards with Dynamic Gauge Charts in Salesforce



         Dynamic Gauge Charts are awesome to track your performance and business goals, but your business is always changing. With dynamic gauge charts, no longer tied to static goals or performance levels. Build your gauge chart using report metrics and field values that respond dynamically to your business. For example, a Dynamic Gauge Chart can show how a subsidiary’s sales are doing relative to your overall business.

From Setup in Lightning Experience, in the Quick Find box, enter Reports and Dashboards, and then select Reports and Dashboards Settings.

 

    Select Enable Dashboard Dynamic Gauge Charts (Lightning Experience only), and save your changes.

 

Next, make sure that your source report is set up for the data that you want to chart. Now, pop over to the dashboard builder for your new or existing dashboard and add the gauge chart component. Build a gauge chart using report metrics and field values that respond dynamically to your business In Standard mode, you can create a gauge chart with fixed values as you usually do. In Dynamic mode, you have dynamic control over the chart measure, indicated by the pointer, and the chart target, or maximum value in the chart.

 

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