Overview Use the Indicators panel to change the color of values, the background color of table cells, assign display icons, change text style, or replace values with text based on conditional thresholds.
How indicators work Predicate: The IF part of the condition, and controls what values are compared. EG: IF X is greater than 50.
Reaction: The THEN part of the condition, and controls what value is affected when the condition is met and what action to take when the condition is met. EG: THEN change color to green.
Key Features Use multiple predicates and reactions
Compare two sub-components
Use 1 of 4 reaction styles: change colour, display icon, change font style, and replace values with text.


The Indicators panel lets you apply color changes to values, change the background color of cells, and assign icons based on conditional thresholds. The condition is set up by providing a predicate (eg: If x is greater than y) and a reaction (eg: Then change x’s color to green). Here is an example of the Indicators panel for a Gauge component using two simple conditions:

Setting up indicators

Every indicator you set up requires a predicate and a reaction. You can add multiple predicates or reactions to a condition to cover a specific threshold, such as values greater than 10 but less than or equal to 20.


Predicates control what sub-component is compared in the condition and what operators are used in that comparison. You can compare the component against a static value, or you can select any component in the If menu and compare it to any other component.


Reactions control what value is affected when the predicate evaluates to true. This part of the condition determines if the indicator used will change the color the value, change the background color, or use a display icon.

Using multiple predicates/reactions

You can add multiple predicates or reaction (or both) to any condition you create in the Indicators panel. Add new predicates or conditions using the buttons on the right side of the panel.

Adding multiple predicates

By adding multiple predicates to the condition you can evaluate a specific range of values, or evaluate multiple components.

Adding multiple reactions

By adding multiple reactions to the condition you can return multiple indicators when the predicate is evaluated as true.

Learn more

The following component types support indicators:

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