||Run a function on the scores for a specific time period, such as
applying a 7-day sum or average. For more information, see Time series aggregations in the Analytics Hub and widgets.
|Sort the data on this attribute and set whether to sort in
ascending or descending order.
Note: The system attempts to
sort the data based on the scores from the latest
collection job. If the latest job did not collect any
scores, the Sort on setting is
||Applies only when this widget is placed in a breakdown
dashboard. Select this option for the widget to follow the element
that the user selects interactively on the dashboard. See Using breakdowns on dashboards.
option removes the ability to set a filtering option on the
widget. Only one Breakdown field remains
in the form, for selecting the grouping breakdown.
||Applies only when this widget is placed in a breakdown dashboard.
Breakdown dashboard configurations specify breakdown
sources, not specific breakdowns. The same breakdown source
can be used for multiple breakdowns. Therefore, select this
option to set which of the possible breakdowns to
For example, consider the indicator Number of
open incidents. This indicator uses two breakdowns:
Assigned to, and Created by. Both breakdowns are based
on the Users.Active breakdown source. You create a
widget for this indicator and you select
Follow element on this
widget. You also need to select Followed
breakdown and specify either the
Assigned to or the Created by breakdown.
option is available only if Follow
element is selected.
|Followed breakdown relation
||This dropdown menu works only with Scorecard visualizations.
However, you can allow a viewer to see related breakdown elements in
other visualizations by selecting Show visualization
selector. For more information about selecting a
breakdown relation, see Create a scorecard visualization for a breakdown widget.
||A spectrum of colors for the scores for all breakdowns.
If a spectrum cannot be applied, only the first color is
used. You can create your own color scheme instead of using
a provided color scheme. For more information about creating
color schemes, see Create a color scheme for widget visualizations.