Concatenate means link (things) together in a chain or series. It’s comes from a Latin word meaning ‘linked together.’
Concatenated Graphs are used to solve the problem of people changing roles. They allow you to keep track of an individual's statistics even when they move around your organisation, changing roles or being promoted.
To understand more about Concatenated Graphs and how they can be used, read our blog article Statistics that follow you around the Org Chart … no matter where you go!
How to Create a Concatenated Graph
Let’s use Joe, one of our heroes from the book Rise of the Champions as an example, along with the fictitious business from that book—Champion Printing.
Joe started off as a Salesman who was promoted to Sales Manager.
To keep track of Joe's results as a Salesman and as a Sales Manager, we use the Concatenated feature.
Create a New Graph
Add graph Name
Scroll down to the bottom and in the Concatenated Sub Graphs search for the graph you want to add.
Click Add Graph and repeat step #4 and #5 for each graph you want to be included in this Concatenated Graph.
Shows we've added two graphs, Joe's results as a Salesman and Joe's results as Sales Manager
Current means the active graph being used to track Joe's results.
Click Create Graph.