A metric component displays one value at a point in time. Use color to help users make sense of the data in the metric component.
|Available in: Salesforce Classic|
|Available in: Professional, Enterprise, Performance, Unlimited, and Developer Editions|
Optionally, set conditional highlighting by defining up to three value ranges and colors.
You must set highlighting to follow a component and receive alerts in your Chatter feed when the value crosses a threshold.
- Enter metric labels directly on components by clicking the empty text field next to the grand total.
- Metric components placed directly above and below each other in a dashboard column are displayed together as a single component.
- If you don't define breakpoint values or if you leave them blank, alerts won't be sent for the component.
|Low Range Color||Select a color to represent the low range, up to the first breakpoint.|
|Breakpoint 1||The value that separates the middle and high range colors on the dashboard.|
|Middle Range Color||Select a color to represent the middle range, between the first and second breakpoints.|
|Breakpoint 2||Place the chart above or below your report.|
|High Range Color||Select a color to represent the high range, beyond the second breakpoint.|