Advanced reporting Learn how to further customize report visualizations and the data you report on. Topics in this section are appropriate for users who are already familiar with the basics of report creation. Drilling down within reportsYou can drill down within a report to visualize a subset of its data. For example, you can click on the critical section of a report sorted by priority to view the categories of those critical incidents.Set the on-click behavior of a reportYou can configure a URL to open when a user clicks a report.MetricsA metric measures and evaluates the effectiveness of IT service management processes.Using multiple datasets in a reportYou can create reports that use datasets from multiple tables in a single report. Create a report from an imported Microsoft Excel documentIn addition to creating reports from tables and data sources maintained on your instance, you can import Excel spreadsheets (.xlsx files) of data maintained outside of your instance and create reports from those files.Create time series reports from MetricBase dataIn addition to creating time series reports from tables and data sources maintained on your instance, and imported data, you can also create time series reports from MetricBase data in your instance.Configure charts on formsYou can add reports to forms such as change requests, and configure the report visualizations to display information relevant to the user of the form. The configuration is specific to the current view.Embedding reports in JellyYou can embed reports in any Jelly-based element, such as a UI page.How to access fields on extended tables in a reportLearn how to include fields from tables that extend the Task table in a single report. For example, you could include both incidents and problems in a single report. Use data from fields in related tables in a reportWatch video to learn how to use dot walking, dynamic filters, and database views to access data on related tables.Report on service catalog variablesCreate reports grouped by a variable on a selected service catalog item. In addition you can create filters on the same variable. For example, if a specific mobile phone item has a storage variable, you can create a report that only shows those phones with 32 GB of storage. Chart colorsReport administrators can change the look of charts by specifying colors used to represent specific report data categories.Scoped reportsWhen editing a report from a different application scope than the current scope, actions modifying the original report are unavailable.