The image below shows a typical use scenario based on a brand awareness question. The flag should be colored red if the value is below 40%, and colored green if the value is above 40%.
To create an icon like this, follow these steps:
Step 1: Select the variable that you would like to use. Select “Single result” from the first drop-down list named “What to compare against threshold values” as the actual result of the variable should be compared to the target value.
Step 2: If you need to select any filters or any specific time periods, you can select those in the tabs named Filters and Time.
Step 3: Create two different zones in the Icon tab: one for the red flag to be shown if the value is below 40, and one for the green flag to be shown if the value is above 40.
The image below shows the setup of the two zones. The red flag is shown when the value is below 40 and a green flag if the value is above 40.
After you’ve completed these 3 steps, you’ll need to click “Update preview” in the top right corner to preview the icon. The result shown below the icon (see the image below) is only shown in the setup mode and not in the report. Only the icon is shown in the report. The image below shows the result. The flag is colored red since the value is 30%, which is below 40%.
*You are free to select any icon in each zone. For example, you can use a happy/sad face (as shown in the first image below) or the same icon but with different rotation and color (as shown in the second image below).
The image below shows an example of different icons in each zone.
The image below shows an example of two zones having the same icon but different color and rotation have been defined per zone.