Learn how to connect and manage your connected Atlassian data and external data.
Learn how to create insightful charts and dashboards with your organization’s data.
Learn how to use Visual SQL to create queries and transform data for making charts.
Need feedback on data? Learn how to share charts and dashboards with teammates so they can leave comments.
Learn how to grant resource access to the people who need it.
Learn how to manage your workspace and how to monitor your workspace activity.
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The title of your chart
Title font size
The font size of your chart title
The minimum value is 8.
The subtitle of your chart
Subtitle font size
The font size of your chart subtitle
The minimum value is 8.
Enable tooltips, which appear when you hover over areas of your chart and show the values at the point in focus
The type of map for your chart:
Automatic - Default; infers the best map to use based on your data
United States (State)
United States (County)
United Kingdom (County)
Map data type
The location data type used in your chart:
For world countries and continent map types:
Two-letter country code (Alpha-2)
For United States (State) map type:
Two-letter state code (Alpha-2)
For United States (County) map type:
FIPS (State and county)
For United Kingdom (County) map type:
Subregion name (County, district, city)
For France (Departments) map type:
The background color of your chart
By default, it uses the background color of the dashboard theme. Selecting another color overrides the background color of the dashboard theme.
Use custom colors
Overrides the chart colors of the dashboard theme
Use the color picker or enter a hexadecimal color code to set the color of each column represented on your chart. Make sure to click Select once you’ve chosen your color to update the selection.
The colors are tied to each specific category in your chart, so if the ordering in your chart changes due to the data changing, the color you associated with Login, for example, always stays associated with Login. However, the color resets if you change the name of Login.
Map border color
The color of your map’s border lines
No data color
The color for areas with no data
Type of color scale
Changes the scale for determining the color of your data points:
Use this chart as a variable control by selecting a dashboard and connecting other variable controls to it. Learn more about how to set up drilldowns for a chart.
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