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KPI Visualisation / Add Static target

Hello Everyone,

I am using a KPI tile that contains time intelligence calculation (Month to date), and I need to add a static value as a target but I can’t find a way to do it properly.

What I did so far is create an aditional measure -with the following syntax (If [Measure ] > 0.00, 50.00, BLANK() -for the target but when placed in the visual the target shows ‘‘blank’’.

This is probably an easy fix but I am running out of ideas.

Thank you,



The thing to keep in mind is that card visuals have no evaluation context inherent in them, so your [measure] is likely evaluating to blank.

I have a video on Enterprise DNA TV on fixing this exact issue coming out early next week but if your issue is time critical, I can get you a sneak peek.

  • Brian


If you can please provide your PBIX file, I may be able to provide you with a quick fix on this one.


  • Brian

Hi @Cedric, we aim to consistently improve the topics being posted on the forum to help you in getting a strong solution faster. While waiting for a response, here are some tips so you can get the most out of the forum and other Enterprise DNA resources.

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Hello Brian, thank you for your answer.
I will wait for the video to be published.
Thank you again,

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