You can now reference in measure equations how many days have passed since an initiative started. The syntax is the same as referencing other initiative fields:
I(DE,XXX) where XXX is the initiative item ID.
Rollup measures are aggregated in two different ways. The rollup equation is used when aggregating values up the organization tree. The aggregation type is used when aggregating smaller calendar periods into larger calendar periods, like turning monthly values into a yearly value.Read More
There is a new measure update type called “rollup.” It automatically aggregates the measure values from children organizations that are based on the same organization template.
To set up these automated rollup measures, first create an organization that you want to use as your template. Any measures in the template that you want to be automatically calculated should have the update type of “rollup.” You also can change the rollup equation, which determines how the measure values will be aggregated together as they’re rolled up the organization tree.Read More
There’s a new measure aggregation type called geometric mean. It’s a way of calculating the average of multiple numbers that is used in various statistical models. The technical definition of geometric mean is the nth root of a product of n numbers.Read More
You can now choose “this measure” when building equations. This allows you to make self-referential equations, for example goals that are 10% higher than the previous year’s actual value.Read More
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