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Status Future consideration
Categories Account settings
Created by Guest
Created on Jan 26, 2015

Allow setting of default values in scorecards

When configuring scorecards, it would be useful to be able to set a default value for a metric within the given range.  For example if a metric range runs from -10 to 10 (some metric may have a positive or negative impact on our product), it appears to default to -10 currently, which can result in a negative score for an idea which has not yet been reviewed.

Ideally we could set the default value in that case to 0 which would let the starting score for an idea remain at 0.

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  • Kristi Johnson
    Apr 18, 2024

    Agree - we have -5, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 5 and we want the default value to be 0, not -5

  • Mary Daul
    May 5, 2023

    Absolutely agree with Ryan's comment below. This makes it hard to know whether or not something has been scored.

  • Ryan G
    Jan 4, 2023

    When looking at reports, it is more difficult to determine which ideas have had the scorecards evaluated on, when they don't all start at zero.


Define / configure the initial score value for a Metric in a Scorecard

When using a linear range for -5 to 5, the starting value is -5 for a given metric. We would like to be able to define the initial value for this metric, like a starting value of 0 instead. This would help our users to fill the scorecards in more ...
Guest over 6 years ago in Features 0 Future consideration

Add default value for fields on scorecards

Many score cards include negative values, so all unevaluated ideas end up having a negative score until they are addressed. It would be awesome if you could set a field's range from -3 to 3, but have the default value of that field be 0.
Guest about 7 years ago in Features 2 Future consideration

Ability to set a default value for scorecard parameters

In the instance of e.g. a -10 to 10 range, the default is automatically the lowest value in the range. Providing an option to override this would allow use to e.g. set "0" as the default in the scenario above.
A Peters over 4 years ago in Features 1 Future consideration