Statement Report Styles

An overview of the different statement report styles available

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Written by Ed Campbell
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Here are the Visualisation settings available:

Disable Uplift Highlight

In this view you can also choose to remove the uplift highlight colours by ticking the 'Disable uplift highlight' box in the visualisation panel.


Thresholds are used to select a target value for the KPI. You can find this option by expanding each metric section and navigating to the threshold section and entering in a value. 

Comparison Gauge

You can also add a comparison gauge to your statement report which shows your percentage uplift as a horizontal gauge next to your period comparison. You can add this by clicking on the 'comparison gauges' box in the visualisation panel.


You can also add a traditional gauge by checking the 'Gauges' box in the visualisation panel.

For more information on gauges and how to apply them to statement reports, click on the link below:

Pill View

This style will place a border around your metric values. Any icons associated with a metric will appear to the left of the pill.

Pill Views and one Period Comparison or Paired Metric
If the report contains only one period comparison or one paired metric the pills will, by default, be coloured either red or green to signify a positive or negative uplift. 

To remove the colours simply untick the 'Disable uplift highlight' box.

Pill Views and more than one Period Comparison or Paired Metric

If your metric has more than one period comparison only the period comparison/paired metric numbers will be highlighted in either red or green. This can also be switched off by using the 'Disable uplift highlight'.

Pill Views and Gauges

You can also select 'Gauges' in Pill View which will display your gauges within the pill. You can switch off uplift highlights in this visualisation as well.
Please note comparison gauges are not available in pill views.

Statement Reports and one or more Dimensions

If you have one or more dimensions in your report your first dimension will be displayed under your total metric value. To view more dimensions you can click on each dimension values to drill-down to the next dimension.
Each dimension value will show the metric value for the specified time period. There will also be a breakdown if you have a period comparison set. 

Uplift Rounding

Change the decimal place rounding of the percentage change as below.

Unit Formatting
Choose between Full or Formatted to expand or simplify the display of your values, also below

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