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To add a KPI, navigate to Analysis > KPIs. Click +Add KPI in the right-hand corner of the screen to create a new KPI. The following screen will appear:
After clicking on Add KPI, the three-bar menu appears on the left of the Configuration title. For more details on this menu please see this article: KPI Toolbar
You can now enter a relevant Name for the new KPI and a Description that explains the new KPI, outlining its objectives and significance. To the right side of the screen, you can then enter the Code that serves as a unique identifier associated with the KPI, as well as the Owner, who is the original creator of the KPI. In addition, you can select the associated Portfolio to categorize the KPI, as well as selecting the appropriate Unit for measuring the KPI, whether it's monetary units like "$" or physical units like "KG". You also have the option to enter any relevant Tags associated with the KPI, as well as to choose the KPI's calculation method under the KPI Value Calculation Method.
The Default Baseline and Default Target provide insights into the initial and expected levels of performance for the KPI. When setting both Default Baseline and Default Target, the Expected Trend is automatically established. A downward trend (Baseline > Target) indicates an expected decrease from the baseline, while an upward trend (Baseline < Target) indicates an expected increase.
For further configuration of Settings, Calculation, and Access, refer to the following article: Edit a KPI