1. Anaplan User Experience
  2. Use apps and pages in the User Experience
  3. Cards
  4. Use a KPI card

A KPI card displays the most important summary numbers from your data. Your page builder can include a KPI card in the Additional insights of a worksheet, or on a board. The KPI cards can include sparklines, which are simple charts that help you understand trends within the summary.

Your page builder configures your KPI cards. Configuration can include:

  • a sparkline enabled to display data labels when you examine data points
  • a title, description and text formatting for the card
  • contexts you can select
  • conditional formatting, to color the KPI on a value scale
  • a number scale to help you see large numbers, such as thousands (K) or millions (M).
A KPI card shows its title, a KPI number, a line graph of its recent history, and context selectors.

You can change the context of the KPI card.

Disclaimer

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