The Goal Thermometer SharePoint Web Part is perfect for any sort of goal, whether it be sales, donations, fundraising, or even reporting project status (eg. KPI). Set the Goal Amount and Current Amount and when the page loads the Thermometer smoothly fills from 0 to the current amount in a couple seconds. You can configure the amounts, the time it takes to fill the thermometer, where the amounts come from (from Web Part Properties or a Sharepoint List). You can also choose between using a small or large gauge.
Important Note: Microsoft recently released an announcement (http://bit.ly/2atcInx) that they are effectively Shutting Down Sandbox Solutions with Code in Office 365 within 30 days from July 29 2016. Some clients are already impacted prematurely. Within 30 days your Product will likely become disabled and therefore unusable. This decision has come as a shock to the SharePoint community and we are working on path forward. Sandbox solutions have been deprecated for years but are (were) a reliable way to build SharePoint Web Parts for on and off premise sites. There was no earlier warning with a specific date that Sandbox Solutions with Code would be disabled, therefore we couldn’t warn our customers ahead of time. We apologize for the inconvenience. Note, the product still works On Premise including SharePoint 2016.
WEB PART FEATURES
Includes 12 Thermometer Mercury colors, and 2 Thermometer sizes.
30 day trial period. Purchase a license for continued use. License is good for each front-end server (on premise).
Enter the Goal Amount and Current Amount in the web part properties.
Enter optional Header message and/or Footer message to appear above and below the Goal Thermometer.
Header/Footer message can include HTML for full customization (like adding a button/link)
Easily change the font color and background color.
Change the amount of time it takes for the Thermometer to fill to the current amount on page load.
Enter a prefix and/or suffix for the numbers, to make "500" appear as "$500M" or any other combination you need.
Alternatively, you can load your Goal Amount, Current Amount, Header message, Footer message from a SharePoint List. This way you can write custom code in another project to update the list and change your amounts and messages dynamically. Whole numbers only, decimals will be rounded to nearest whole number.
Packaged as a SharePoint Sandbox Solution, can be installed as a Farm Solution or Sandbox Solution on premise or in the cloud.
Compatible with SharePoint 2010 (Foundation and Server), SharePoint 2013 (Foundation and Server), and Office 365/SharePoint Online.
Goal Thermometer Web Part Sandbox Solution for SP 2010, 2013 and 2016
Goal Thermometer Web Part License Key Single Front-End Server
Goal Thermometer Web Part License Key Up to 3 Front-End Servers
Goal Thermometer Web Part License Key Unlimited Front-End Servers
Web Part Installation Instructions
Please enter a comment below if you have problems with the installation, want to give feedback or have suggestions for improvements:
Hi, Another great webpart. We have a few feature request that may also be of benefit to others. We have a fund raising list where we list all our fund raising activities. In this list we have the fields, Charity, Event Title, Event Description, Event date, event Target (£) and Money Raised (£). This list also has views to filter by event date. How can we get your webpart to read the calculated total of the target and money raised columns?If we specifiy these columns in the settings we get a "Themometer Web Part Error: Goal Amount not found in list view, make sure field is displayed in view."
Ben 1/15/2015 04:57
@Mark, this is most likely due to using an invalid field name. The field names you must specify are internal field names, so they don't typically have spaces or special chars in them. And, the fields must be included in the view you choose.
Timo Richter 3/20/2015 13:44
As we already use jQuery on our site, we needed to comment line 5 of the app.js (jQuery.noConflict();) out to make it work.
Chris 4/2/2015 01:16
Is there a way to connect to a database for real time data?
Ben 4/2/2015 21:26
@Chris, the web part is only designed to read data from lists. BUT, you could always configure an External Content Type and External List (using Business Connectivity Services). Once the data is in a list you could point the Thermometer web part at the list.
Judd 10/7/2015 02:33
Like others, I cannot get the web part to successfully read from a list. I get the message "Goal Thermometer SPCOM Request failed. Column 'GoalAmount' does not exist. It may have been deleted by another user." I cannot use this web part until this is fixed. Please note that I am ready to buy a license today. Thanks.
Judd 10/9/2015 09:39
Thank you Ben for the fix!
Ellen 10/30/2015 20:30
I am also getting this SPCom error regarding the GoalAmount field when attempting to link to SP list. What is the fix?
Ellen 1/25/2016 19:40
I purchased the web part several months ago, and got it working from list for our first campaign. We are starting a new campaign, and I am now getting SPCom Request failed. Unknown error undefined, when attempting to link to SP list. Please help.
Ellen 1/25/2016 19:46
I got it working...the problem was a typo in the list name.
Chris 4/28/2016 19:38
I have added the webpart to the page and only text are appearing. The graphic for the actual thermometer is not.
Larry Talley 8/12/2016 19:55
This has been a great tool for us! As we move forward with new campaigns, can you tell me the graphic names and their location so we can have a developer change the picture? Any tips for us as we attempt to code a new picture?
Thank you, Larry Talley HMS SharePoint Architect
License Question 9/21/2016 16:04
Is this a yearly license? or one time fee?
Juerg 9/21/2016 16:08
it is a one time (non-recurring) license.
Lobna 1/23/2017 22:17
I have the same problem that Judd had: I cannot get the web part to successfully read from a list. I get the message "Goal Thermometer SPCOM Request failed. Column 'GoalAmount' does not exist. It may have been deleted by another user." I cannot use this web part until this is fixed.
Jonathan 1/30/2017 23:36
So does this product no longer work with SharePoint Online?
Ellen Farley 3/8/2017 19:14
Purchased this web part for 2010 on premise farm, but will be upgrading to 2013 in next month...is the web-part compatible with 2013?
Juerg 3/9/2017 11:45
Ellen, yes, it is compatible with SP2013 and SP 2016.
Terri Smith 4/12/2017 18:35
This is great. Is there a way in CSS to make just the goal number a different font/color? I see where I can update all of the numbers but we just want to update the goal. Thanks in advance!
MikeZzz 5/25/2018 17:39
Hi Juerg, As mentioned by a couple previous people, we have the same problem with just text showing up. Thanks
Martine 7/19/2018 16:28
Good morning, how would you go about and change the increments to specific number? i.e. 1000-2000-3000 etc? or 500-1000-1500 etc? i can't seem to find this option
Jason 3/19/2019 19:26
Is there a way to update thermometers on multiple pages from a single list? I have 8 thermometers and 8 separate lists controlling them. Not seeing a way to tie them to a particular list item.
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