Intelligence360 Reports consider data first and visualization second. That means you can establish the data you want to see and then decide which visual(s) represent it best. Since data come first, start with Creating & Editing Reports, then come back to this article to set up the Content Grid visualization.
Content Grid reports display report data as the visualization, like the report data you see under a bar chart. Why do you need a report-report? This visualization option allows your team to see report data on a dashboard, rather than only in the inspection view of a report or card.
Creating a Content Grid Report
Visualization Type: Content Grid
In the visualization section of the report editor, select Content Grid as the visualization type.
Click in the text box to enter your subheading content. This information is a brief set of information you wanted relayed about the report; the text you enter will be displayed as it's written while you can include a specified data by adding subheading variables that will update with the rest of the data.
To enter subheading variables within your text, click the second + button and choose from the populated list of variables based on the report's content.
Basic styling allows you to customize your text & add hyperlinks to the subheading.
Configure Content to Feature
Configure the content to be featured in the Content Grid. The content grid report view will default to showing the first five rows of a report, but you can adjust this to show the number you want. This allows you to fit the report on a dashboard to best suit your needs. You can also elect to have Activity by Day show by default.
Once you have completed the visualization section, click Save in the report editor to save your report. If you want to make changes to other sections of the report editor, return to Creating & Editing Reports.
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