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Business Analytics: How to achieve Double Progress Bar Pattern for Home page Tile

Dear Colleagues,

I'm wondering if anyone knows the steps to achieve "Double Progress Bar Pattern" for custom report view in a Home page Tile?

The standard documentation says that we should have two key figures. But I do have two key figures in my report view. Nevertheless, when adding this report view to home page system doesn't propose "Double Progress Bar" as a pattern. Only "Absolute Value" and "Percentage Coverage" patterns are proposed.

I saw a standard tile called "Campaign Status" showed as "Double Progress Bar". When I looked into this standard report "Campaign Status" it has two key figures only. The only difference is those key figures are actually part of "key figure group" called "Campaign Status". Might it be the case? If so, I don't see any option to create custom "key figure group". How can customers do that?

And one more. What that "Current Quarter" is about? Where should I set it as a fixed value?

Would appreciate any inputs.

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    Feb 22, 2018 at 01:04 PM

    Dear Andrei,

    I hope you are having a good day, I have performed some research on the specific subject you mentioned as well as some tests in our internal systems and I could see how you can achieve this result.

    As you mentioned, to achieve the 'Double Progress Bar Pattern', only two key figures should be maintained in your report view.

    When you try to add it in the home page, to achieve the double progress bar, it is expected to choose to add a 'Scorecard' instead of a report. Indeed the documentation you have following mention it as a report, but it does not mentioned that it must be added as a scorecard in the home page.

    After adding the report as a scorecard, some additional display options are going to be listed, one of them is the 'Double Progress Bar' if you use the view with only two key figures.

    Regarding the 'Current Quarter' statement, it refers to the period of time which the report will display the information, for example, the current 6 months or 3 months.

    Hope this can be helpful and can clarify this specific scenario for you :)

    Best regards,
    Arthur Hanauer
    Support Consultant, SAP Cloud Product Support
    SAP Labs Latin America

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