Now you've selected an infographic of your choice, you are ready to actualize it with your realtime data. This article will tell you how to go about that.

After having chosen an infographic you enter the infographic settings. The settings screen is divided into four tabs:

The View tab shows you the actual infographic and its data. It is a representation of the format and the editing you did.

The Settings tab is where you name your infographic, provide a description for it and apply settings such whether you want the infographic to show in full screen mode or not, if you want to exclude it from any datafilter, whether you want the infographic to be accessible in the mobile view or not (on by default) of if you want to show the code tab in the settings menu (on by default)

The Display points tab is the tab where you can edit every display point in your infographic. This can be a text, a value such as a variable or calculated datapoint, or even the background color of (in this case) your NPS score. The values can be assigned to be fixed values, dynamic to match the realtime developments of your data or set up for individual reports, to leaf through individual scores. The names of the display points can be changed for a better understanding and you can assign the number of decimals a value can contain. Of course, each individual display point can be deleted or copied.

Finally the Code tab is where the code of your image is represented. If you're savvy enough, you can even make alterations here, or create your own brand new custom infographic. The field picker will assist you in assigning the right display point and click refresh to update the view underneath your code tab. As always, the save button is at the bottom of your screen to store your hard editing work!