How to label versions on a UX Page

neg177
Super Contributor

How to label versions on a UX Page

Hi, 

I would like to know if it is possible to label on a chart which version of the LI is showing. For example I have attached a picture of a created chart with each version being a different color, but doesn't label what version each color is. Please advise. 

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Thank you 

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ryan_kohn
Certified Master Anaplanner

In your screenshot, the 3 different line colors are already represented in the legend as 3 line items.

 

You didn't share the rest of the page or model configuration, but it sounds like you have Versions as part of the card context. If so, you can show a label for the context directly on the chart card. See below for example:

 

ryan_kohn_0-1656538011368.png

 

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ChrisAHeathcote
Community Boss

Hi @neg177 

Simplest approach here is to change the pivot of the data feeding the chart to show versions as rows and line items as context selectors. 

 

From your screenshot it looks like versions are set as context selectors. Swapping them with line items should give you what you want.

 

Good luck

Chris
HeathcoteAndHerran.com

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ryan_kohn
Certified Master Anaplanner

In your screenshot, the 3 different line colors are already represented in the legend as 3 line items.

 

You didn't share the rest of the page or model configuration, but it sounds like you have Versions as part of the card context. If so, you can show a label for the context directly on the chart card. See below for example:

 

ryan_kohn_0-1656538011368.png

 

ChrisAHeathcote
Community Boss

Hi @neg177 

Simplest approach here is to change the pivot of the data feeding the chart to show versions as rows and line items as context selectors. 

 

From your screenshot it looks like versions are set as context selectors. Swapping them with line items should give you what you want.

 

Good luck

Chris
HeathcoteAndHerran.com