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Does anyone know how I can create a personal dashboard that has multiple variables to be displayed.?
I have 1 series X axis and 3 categories on the Y Axis.
The 'multiple variables' you mentioned is that you want to show multiple entities in dashboard? or not?
Dynamics 365: Use Dashboards to Access Multiple Entities Simultaneously - The Marks Group | Small Business Consulting | CRM Consultancy
For '1 series X axis and 3 categories on the Y Axis.' , it should be in the chart.
Can you provide more details? screenshots is best.
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Hi Leah Ju - ignore the previous screenshot.
Thankyou. The steps in the link you shared is what I am using.
It is in the chart, but tends to be greyed out, so I cannot use it.
Not sure if you can see the screenshot using test data below, but I need to add another category to the horizontal axis and this is greyed out.
Unfortunately, you can't add third category in the chart.
Based on the following document:
Create and edit charts in Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (on-premises) | Microsoft Docs
To create a comparison chart with multiple categories, select the Add a category icon add_series., and then select another field to display on the category axis.
You can add only two category items and one series item to a comparison chart.
Thankyou for confirming :-)
Can you click Yes under "Did this answer your question?" to close this thread if my answer is helpful.
Thanks in advance!:)
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