Using Roast Goals

This manual explains the process of adding Roast Goals.

Using Roast Goals is available for the following products

  • Roast: Professional and higher tiers
  • Commerce 

    Why use the Roast Goals?


    The Roast Goals feature allows you to track which roasts are within your consistency goals without using a Roast Comparison report. Cropster will auto-check your roasts for different parameters and provide immediate feedback after your roast, and at the end of your roasting day in the production email, letting you know which roasts passed or failed. 

    The Roast Goals overview page


    By following the steps below you can open the Roast Goals overview page:

    1. Log in to the online platform C-sar
    2. Navigate to Roasts on the main menu bar.
    3. Select Goals.
    4. You will be directed to the Roast Goals overview page.
    5. You can do the following within the Roast Goals overview page:
      • Create a new roast goal by clicking the +Add goal (1) button.
      • Edit your columns by clicking on the Customize (2) dropdown menu, then mark the checkboxes for the columns you want to display on the Roast Goals overview page.
      • Edit a goal by clicking on the EditIcon (1)-png-2 Edit (3) button.
      • Delete a goal by clicking on the DeleteIcon@2x (1) Delete (4) button. 
      • View the Roast Goal report that shows you what roasts have been passed, by clicking on the See report (5) button.

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    By following the steps below you can add the Goals to the Roast overview page

    1. Log in to the online platform C-sar
    2. Navigate to Roasts on the main menu bar.
    3. You will be directed to the Roasts overview page
    4. Click on the dropdown next to Customize and add Goals
      Screenshot 2024-01-17 at 16.41.10💡 We recommend that you leave them enabled at all times, but you may find a different combination that you prefer. 

    Creating a Goal

    1. To create a goal, click on +Add goal
    2. You can set up universal goals that apply to all profiles or goals for certain profiles only, by selecting one the following options:
      • All profiles/roasts
        💡 You can also exclude specific profiles by clicking on the checkbox and selecting the profile(s) you would like to exclude from the list.
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      • Selected profiles

    Furthermore, you can set up Relative (Meet the reference) and Absolute (Weight, Time) goals. 
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    Relative Goals


    Relative goals are dynamic and allow you to set goals based on your Reference Curve or Profile. 

    Relative goals automatically adapt according to the Reference Curve set.

    Meet the reference

    By following the steps below you can create a new Meet the reference goal:

    1. From the Select goal dropdown menu, choose the option Meet the reference.
    2. Mark the categories that you wish to track, then enter the preferred acceptable range for your goal in the Allowed range field. 
    3. Using the Lower range and Upper range fields, the range can be skewed in either direction.
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    4. Click the Create goal button.

    Absolute Goals

    Absolute goals are static goals you can set for profiles, and the defined ranges will not change with your reference curve. 


    By following the steps below you can create a new absolute goal:

    1. From the Select goal dropdown menu, choose the category that you wish to track.
    2. By using the Lower boundary and Upper boundary fields, you can specify the boundaries for the goal's acceptable range. 
    3. Click the Create goal button

    The Roast Goals Report


    Using the Roast Goal Report, you will have an a comparison of your roasts based on the roast goals you have set.

    📚 Learn more about the Roast Goals Report


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    Congratulations! You are now ready to add Roast Goals. 

    Your opinion matters. If you have further questions, feedback, or concerns, please feel free to reach out by submitting a support ticket directly from support.cropster.com