Long term report are documents you intend to use and keep updated for a long time. They can include company and competitors profiles, industry reports and other market intelligence deliverables.
Self-updating long-term profiles/dashboards utilize your Data. Use templates to build the reports quickly.
Long Term Reports represent your work and you are able to share it. Always live, up to date, and easy to maintain.
Your Reports are based on the latest data from your Data Repositories. Useful tools help to build your reports online and export them into PowerPoint.
Create self-updating long-term profiles/dashboards that utilize your Data Repositories. Your Reports are based on the latest data from your Data Repositories.
Chose useful tools to build your reports online and export them into PowerPoint. With Long Term Reports, you represent your work and share them.
All your Reports you find here
Start creating a new Report
Once you download your report in .pptx format, you can handle, proceed and implement it however you want
Create a new Report by click "+ Create a new report" and give it a name
Start with the cover slide and name your report with title and subtitle
Customize your favorite colors for the report
Duplicate slides and transform them
All your reports getting saved on the system every 5 seconds automatically.
So if you close your window, your battery is running low – no problem.
Go back to your report and you find your latest version
Create slides with your personal style and content.
Set-up your graph
Drag an element to the slide (Containers & Blocks)
On the right corner of your report use the three dots to come to the main menu. Here you are able to:
Add a new slide
Download report in Powerpoint .pptx format
Set-up the Time with two modes for your graphs. Use a fixed end if you want to show a static time period. The rolling period is non-static and moves by time. It takes the last x periods from the current end of the period
Choose a Time period you want to show in your graph (year, quarter, month, week, or day)
What Number of periods do you want to observe? How many years, quarters, months, weeks, or days?
If necessary, choose a Delay. In case your data is delayed or postponed. The unit is your chosen period: years, quarters, months, weeks, or days. If not: leave it to 0
Pick your Data. Choose one or several Data Repositories you want to show in one graph. You are able to combine several in one graph
Chose one or several Data Types ($, %, €, miles, headcount, …) Use the X to delete the selection in this frame
Choose your Type of graph: bar chart, line chart, and pie chart
Use several graphs if it gets too complex. You have as many graphs and slides as you want ;)
Changes are always possible, just give it a try
Stacking is to depict markets. Data gets summarized to one value per period. Stack Data Types (KPIs), your Repositories, or the whole market (all together)
Method: show regular values or compare the edges in %
Shortcuts - click the symbols on the right side of each graph to come directly to
Download: export your graph direct in PowerPoint format (.pptx)
Data View: direct access to your data (in table format) you transfer into your graph. Useful to view exact data points with date, value, and Data Type. It is possible to change single values for your graph. Changes in the Data View don‘t influence your Data Repositories, changes are only in this graph. Click „Refresh“ to implement changes to your graph, with „Close“ you return without changes
Graph Settings: shortcut to your graph set-up