
Creating Dashboards
 Reviewing and Managing Dashboards
 Use Case of Creating Custom Dashboards
 Adding Table Cards
 Adding Trend Cards
 Adding Metric Cards
 Adding Visit Metric Cards
 Adding Time Series Cards
 Adding Calculated Metric Cards
 Adding and Reviewing Pie and Bar Chart Cards
 Adding Map Cards
 Duplicating an Element
 Reviewing Content Behind Cards
Adding Calculated Metric Cards in Usage Analytics Dashboards
Usage analytics dashboards offer numerous ways to review the data collected by the usage analytics service (see Reviewing and Managing Dashboards).
You can, among other things, add calculated metric cards to dashboards to quickly overview the importance of a metric value in your organization. For instance, you can use those cards to measure the ratio of visits on your customer support website with at least one query to the total number of visits (see Who Can Perform the Page Actions).
Add Calculated Metric Cards in Usage Analytics Dashboards

In an existing dashboard, in the top right corner, access the Edit mode by clicking Edit.
In a new dashboard, the report is by default in the Edit mode (see Creating Usage Analytics Dashboards).

If not already done, create the Metric or Visit Metric cards that you want to use in the calculation (see Adding Metric Cards in Usage Analytics Dashboards or Adding Visit Metric Cards in Usage Analytics Dashboards).
You want to know the ratio of clicks made daily by NewYork users compared to the total click count so you create the two following metric cards.
Since calculated metric cards use either two existing metric card values or a number and a metric card value in their calculations, a metric card is required in the dashboard tab in which you want to add a calculated metric card.

In a section, click the Add a Card button to access the Add a Card dialog.
You can also duplicate an existing card with the Duplicate icon and then only modify what needs to be different (see Duplicating an Analytics Dashboard Element).

In the Add a Card dialog:

Select Calculated metric.

You can multiply the number of cases deflected by the average cost to resolve a case.

You can divide the number of clicks in a city by the total click count.


After clicking the First metric card value or number dropdown:

Click the Entry type dropdown, and then select whether you want to use a Metric card value or a Number as your first equation variable.

Depending on your Entry Type selection:

When you select Metric card value, click the Metric card dropdown, and then select one available metric card of the current report tab.
A metric card can only be used in one calculated metric card.

When you select Number, in the Number box, enter a round number (other than 0) or a decimal.



Click Apply.

Click the Operator dropdown, and then select one equation operator between the available options:

+ (addition)

 (subtraction)

รท (division)

x (multiplication)


In the Second metric card value or number dropdown, select or enter another equation variable as you did in step b.
You must select at least one metric card value as one equation variable.

Under Value formatting, choose how the card value is formatted by selecting one of the following options:

By default, no formatting is applied to the calculated metric value.

The rule used to format the card value
{value}
) appears between parentheses following the option name.

None
{value}

Currency
${value}

Percentage
{100*value}%

Custom
When selecting Custom, enter the Rule used to format the calculated metric value in the following form:
Value must be placed between braces (
{}
), but parts between square brackets ([]
) are optional.[s]{[n*]value[.n]}[s]
where you replace
[s]
by any string and[n]
by a number. The second[n]
specifies the number of decimals.You want to display the cost to manage a support case, so you enter the following rule:
${value}/case
In the report, the card value looks like the following :


Click Add Card.


Back in the dashboard, enter a meaningful name for your table in the Enter card title box.
Ratio of Clicks in NewYork to the Total Number of Clicks

In the top right corner, click Save.
When hovering the card, you can see the calculation that is made to obtain this result.
Who Can Perform the Page Actions
The required roles are:

Analytics Manager
OR

Administrator