Formatting Charts

You can format the look and display of data series and chart labels. Each chart type has some different options for how you can format the chart, but here are some common settings.

To access the formatting for either the number values displayed or the chart labels, click on the three-dot menu button at the right of the "Values" and "Grouping" lines:


Each chart type will have different formatting options. Generally, you can change the color, line thickness, and style of data labels, among other things.

You can also rename your data series by clicking in the box in the header of the data series.


You can change the color of each data series by clicking on the color picker. You can choose a preset color or enter in a hex code. Account admins can also set custom colors for your account that will appear here.

Directly below that, you can open up the drop-down menu called Number Format. We have a few options, including currency and rounded numbers.

Clicking Show Value Labels lets you see the number on top of each column.

In the Display section under Date or Category (x-axis), you can edit things like format of dates, size of text, and rotation of text on your metric.


Links in Table Charts: If you have links in your report, you can also view them if you select Chart Type as Table. The links display as they are, by default. To make the table look better and crisp, you can mask the links with appropriate values from the other columns of the table.

To add links to the table, just select the Display Values as Links box. This will show all the values as links for that column.

To mask the links, select the Display values as links box for the column that you want to display as links. Then from the drop-down for Link Target Column, select the column from which the value is referenced for the link.

For example, you have a column with document title (Header: Document Title) in your table and another column with the links to those documents (Header: Document Links). In this case, go to Display Options for Document Title column, select Display Values as Links check box, then for the Link Target Column field, select Document Links.

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