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Apply conditional formatting to a chart

Overview

Explains what the feature is or what its benefits are to the user or customer.

Feature

You can use conditional formatting to show charts with a target value or range drawn as a line in the chart, and the legend colors determined by where values fall relative to the target.

To apply conditional formatting to a chart:

  1. Click the axis label of your chart. Select Conditional Formatting.
  2. Click the + icon in the Conditional Formatting menu.
    File:01_The_Basics/end_user_guide_bookmap/020/020/020/040/070/020/conditional_formatting_menu_copy.png

    Conditional formatting menu

  3. Define the ranges of values and the color to use for each range you want to track. To add another range, click the + icon and repeat.
    File:01_The_Basics/end_user_guide_bookmap/020/020/020/040/070/020/set_conditional_formatting.png

    Define the sets of values and color

  4. Click Done after defining all of your conditional formatting ranges.
    File:01_The_Basics/end_user_guide_bookmap/020/020/020/040/070/020/conditional_formatting_chart.png

    Chart with conditional formatting

  5. Note that if you change the chart type, you will need to apply conditional formatting again. It is tied to the specific visualization.
 

Conditional formatting video

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