Edit scorecards by using Dashboard Designer

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Applies to: SharePoint

Topic Last Modified: 2015-03-09

Summary:  After you and other dashboard authors have created scorecards by using PerformancePoint Dashboard Designer, you can then edit those scorecards to display information in a particular way.

Some examples of the kinds of changes that you can make to a scorecard include the following:

  • Change the toolbar and other viewing options for scorecard users. You can enable or disable the scorecard toolbar and configure other kinds of display settings for a scorecard.

  • Add items, such as key performance indicators (KPIs) or dimension members to a scorecard.

  • Create or change the hierarchical structure of information in a scorecard. You can configure a hierarchical structure for KPIs and dimension members in a scorecard.

Read the articles in the following table to edit a scorecard.


Task Article

Add KPIs to a scorecard

Add KPIs to a scorecard by using Dashboard Designer

Add dimension members to a scorecard

Add dimension members to a scorecard by using Dashboard Designer