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Create, Add, Delete and Remove KPIs from Scorecards
Create, Add, Delete and Remove KPIs from Scorecards

Create a new Metric/KPI or track an existing KPI on multiple Scorecards. Plus learn to completely delete or remove a measurable.

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Written by Christine Watts
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Adding KPIs to the Scorecard

Adding KPIs is only available to users with a Manager role or above. When in the Data* tool, each tab (Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, and Annual), has two options for building a Scorecard,

  1. Create a new KPI*

  2. Add an existing KPI*

Create a new KPI on the Scorecard

Click the + next to Weekly* and select Create KPI*. Add the required measurable details: Title, Unit, Goal, Goal Orientation Rule, and Interval.

Users can optionally assign an owner to the KPI*, adding it to their Responsibilities Chart* seat.

Add an existing KPI to the Scorecard

Click the + and click Add KPI*. Doing so allows users to add an existing KPI* in their account to the Scorecard*.

Use this option to view a single KPI* on multiple Scorecards*.

Important: A single KPI* can appear on many Scorecards* and editing any instance of it will update the KPI* across Scorecards*.

Editing a KPI

From within the Scorecard* page, click the name of the KPI you'd like to edit. This brings up the edit panel where any changes you make are saved automatically.

Remove a KPI

There are two ways to remove a KPI* from the Scorecard*. The first is to permanently delete it from the entire account, and the second is to remove it from the current Scorecard.*

Delete a KPI completely

Deleting a KPI* removes it from the Vision*, Process*, and Scorecard* section it is currently on.

Visit the My 90* page and view My Scorecard*. Choose an unwanted KPI* and click Delete KPI.

Remove a KPI from the Scorecard

Every user can remove a KPI* from the current Scorecard* while leaving it as an option to add back later or keep on other Scorecards.

On the Scorecard* (Data* page or in a Meeting*), choose a KPI*. Then click Remove KPI from Scorecard*. It is taken off the list but re-added through the steps above.

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