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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
Sort slices by value
Sorts pie slices from greatest to least value
Group to other
If your pie chart has a lot of small slices, you can group those slices together into an “Other” slice to clean up the chart output
This is selected by default. Deselecting displays all slices separately (in other words, there is no auto-generated “Other” slice).
Group to other cutoff
Editable when Group to other is selected
The maximum number of slices to show in the chart
Remaining slices are grouped into an “Other” slice.
Turns the pie chart into a donut chart
Show total in center
Editable when Donut chart is selected
Shows the sum of all slice values in the middle of your donut chart
Available when Data format is Number
Select how the total value in your donut chart is displayed:
Available when Data format is Currency
Select a currency symbol to prepend to the total value in your donut chart:
Available when Data format is Number, Percentage, or Currency
Select how to round the total value in your donut chart:
Round to integers (1000)
2 decimal places
3 decimal places
By default, all charts display a legend if there are multiple groupings in your chart.
The following options are available:
Always - the legend always appears on your chart
Never - the legend is hidden from your chart
Auto - the legend appears when multiple groupings are present
If the chart legend is shown, choose whether to display the legend outside or inside the chart and where to place it
Number of columns
Specify the number of columns that your legend spans
Leaving the default as 0 keeps your legend on a single line.
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.
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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