A **Stoplight **is a visual indicator of how well a Metric is doing. A Metric can have a "Under Performing", "Performing", or "Over Performing" Stoplight result that is denoted by different background shading in the various Metric views over time.

The **Stoplight** for the latest available Metric **Measurement Value** is depicted by the color of the numeric value shown on the tile.

In addition, **Stoplights** can be used to trigger **Alerts; **(or example, if a Metric suddenly enters an under-performing level.

**Stoplight** values are set by comparing a Metric most recent **Measurement Value** to one of the following:

- A fixed threshold
- A single historical value for the metric; e.g., "Value same time last week"
- A computed historical value for the metric; e.g. "
**Average**of values collected over the last 30 days" - A
**Target**value; e.g., Budgeted value for a given**Measurement Time**

This article describes how to set these various **Stoplight **Calculation Methods.

## 1. Open the Metric Editor and Scroll to 'Metric Calculation' Section

Important Settings for Stoplights:

**Stoplight settings**that are expressed differently based on whether**For this Metric**is set to "lower" or "higher" values indicating desired results. For example, if you are measuring "Sales", the more saies made the better. When reporting complaints, the less complaints the better.- Your choice of a
**Calculation****Method**for determining the**Stoplight's**value

## 2. Select a Method for determining a Stoplight

### 2.1. Compare to Fixed Values

- Enter the two Percentages used to determine "Under Performing" (red) and "Over Performing" (green)

### 2.2. Compare to Prior Values

- Select either "average of prior values" or "specific prior value"
- Enter the two Percentages used to determine "Under Performing" (red) and "Over Performing" (green)

### 2.3. "Average" of Prior Values

- Select "average of prior values"
- Enter the number and measurement period for comparison
- Enter the two Percentages used to determine "Under Performing" (red) and "Over Performing" (green)

### 2.4. "Specific" Prior Value

- Select "specific prior value"
- Enter the number and measurement period for comparison
- Enter the two Percentages used to determine "Under Performing" (red) and "Over Performing" (green)

### 2.5. Compare to Target

- Select a Target from Pick-list
- Enter the two Percentages used to determine "Under Performing" (red) and "Over Performing" (green)

## 3. Example of Stoplight View of Metric Chart

Settings governing the example below

### 3.1. Open Metric Viewer's Stoplight View

## 4. Example of Stoplight display on a Tile on your Home Page

Stoplight Value is reflected in the color of the latest value:

- Under Performing (red)
- Over Performing (green)
- Normal Range (black)

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