Ally's KPI Dashboard feature allows users to view one, or many, KPIs in a single dashboard.

If your organization has the KPI Dashboard enabled, it will be found on all dashboards in Ally and can be configured differently for each entity or team.

In this Article:

  • Dashboard Makeup
  • Who can Manage These Dashboards?
  • Adding More KPIs to the Dashboard
  • Removing KPIs from the Dashboard
  • Rearrange KPIs on the Dashboard

Dashboard Makeup

The KPI dashboard will contain all top level objectives that are set as KPIs for that entity. It will display the alignment (if it exists), the current status given at last check-in, and the current value. It will also show the amount increased from the start value in small grey text.

Who can Manage These Dashboards?

The KPI dashboard can be managed by anyone who has admin permissions for the view.

An Ally admin or Organization owner can manage the Organization level dashboard.

Team owner or team admin can manage their team's dashboard.

Individual contributors can manage their dashboard for owned Objectives.

Adding More KPIs to the Dashboard

If an objective has key results below it, or there are other key results, set as KPIs, users can manually add those to the dashboard with the action button.

There is no limit the number of KPIs you can include on the dashboard however as a best practice, we suggest that only the business's most critical KPIs be included to maintain an easy to understand view.

Removing KPIs from the Dashboard

To remove a KPI from the dashboard you can click the gear on the dashboard itself or "Remove from KPI dashboard" in the action dropdown.

Rearrange KPIs on the Dashboard

To move a KPI tile to another location on the dashboard, simply drag and drop it to the new position. The previous KPIs will move up to fill the space in a left to right manner.

If you have an enterprise subscription and would like to have this enabled for your organization please have an account admin reach out to [email protected] with the request.

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