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Summary Dashboard

Understanding your Results
Last Updated
March 26, 2024

The Summary dashboard provides an overview and trends of the org you are scanning, it's components are broken down into the following.

Complexity Score

To calculate complexity scores, Hubbl Diagnostics compares a scanned org's metadata and relevant areas of complexity against our benchmark dataset to product a percentile, or percentage rank, which is show as the complexity score. 

There are two things to keep in mind when interpreting a complexity score.

  1. The score indicates an org's complexity relative to the most complex org scanned by Hubbl Diagnostics. If an org has a score of 22%, it means the org has 22%, or about 1/5th, the complexity of Hubbl Diagnostics' most complex scan
  2. To understand an org's complexity relative to all scans (not just the most complex), it is convenient to subtract the complexity score from 100%. This calculation reveals the % of orgs that are more complex than the user's. For example, a complexity score of 22% means that 78% of orgs are more complex than mine

There are some considerations:

  • A complexity score of 0% does not mean there is no complexity in the org; it simply means that the org is lowest in complexity within the Hubbl Diagnostics dataset.
  • Conversely, a score of 100% does not mean an org has the maximum amount of complexity possible, it means that the org is the most complex within the Hubbl Diagnostics dataset.

Migration to Flow

The Migration to Flow chart on the Summary tab shows the amount of hours this org could save on an annual basis if it migrated its process builder and workflows to flow. This calculation leverages record volumes and performance data published by Salesforce to estimate the time it takes for a record to save. It then extrapolates the potential time savings that could be achieved by migrating to flow in this organization based on usage in the past 90 days. 

Org at a Glance 

This shows a quick summary of a variety of information about the org. 

Object Usage - Automations

This shows a list of the most used objects in your org. Objects with higher complexity and record counts tend to be more risky. The darker the blue the higher the complexity. This chart can be sorted by a count of Automations or Record Counts.

🚀 Hubbl Diagnostics Tip: high risk objects can be used to identify overused objects, under-utilized objects, or objects with unnecessary customizations.


This shows a count of all the recommendations that have been detected for this org broken down by category. It can be viewed through two frameworks: 

Salesforce Well Architected Topics

All of our recommendations are aligned to Salesforce’s Well-Architected framework to ensure the org is aligned to Salesforce best practices. This is often useful when communicating with executive teams

Metadata Categories

All of our recommendations are also organized by metadata categories to easily identify areas of the org that need improvement. This is often useful when communicating with technical teams.


Use the toggle in the top right hand corner to see the benchmark results for a scan, this compares your scan results to the average across the ecosystem for some of the charts on the Summary dashboard.

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If you have scanned an org multiple times you can navigate to the Trends dashboard to see trends on that org. This includes:

  1. Changes in the Hubbl complexity score
  2. How the org is progressing on it's migration to flow
  3. The total records in the org broken down by Cloud
  4. A count of packages in the org
  5. The issues in the org by category

🚀 Hubbl Diagnostics Tip: use the Date Range filter to view the trending alerts for the last 12 months, 6 months, or 3 months. On advanced scans you can expand the charts for even more details. 

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