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Hi! I want to display a countdown/up to reach a goal number. Something similar to a fundraising thermometer graph where you can see how much you've raised and how much is left to go. I can't find anything like this so far.
Hi @Catherine Ross ! Welcome to the community :) are you able to expand a bit on what you're wanting to report on? Is the data you're tracking based on the number of cards in your board, or is it based off something else like custom field data?
Maybe an OKR tracker like this could work? https://screenful.com/okr-cards-for-trello
Or, you have Dashcards which can count cards in your board and also tally up custom field data - e.g. tracking how much revenue you've closed vs how much is left.
Thanks so much for your response! I looked at OKR cards but this wasn't quite what I was envisioning. For some additional detail, we are completing 60 surveys for a research project. I would like to be able to update where we are in meeting that goal (i.e. 40 of 60 completed) and have that visually displayed on the card, like a sticker or a cover image.
Thank you so much!
@Catherine Ross how are you tracking the number of completed surveys? Does a card represent a survey, so you're reporting on the number of completed surveys based on how many cards are completed?
If you're not using cards to track completed surveys, you could use custom fields to track that data. One example is to create 3 numerical custom fields:
2. Current amount
3. Progress %
Then, create a basic percentage calculation using the goal number and the current amount number to populate the "Progress %" complete field (more details on calculating custom fields here under custom field arithmetic.)
You can then use Dashcards to create a visual representation of the progress - so something like this:
Happy to help get that set up if you need! Might be easier to chat over email or screen share (you can email me at email@example.com).
If you need something a bit more sophisticated than that, there are quite a few reporting power-ups, so there might be one in there where you're able to track progress against a goal.