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Multiple charts in report: not showing new ones

I'm facing the following problem: I've created a report, with a table and 2 charts.
So far so good; after I saved and used the report, I've created 2 more charts in this existing report. However, the newly created charts are not displayed when I view the output or when the report is activated. How to solve this?

Also, I can't find out how to set the order of the charts; how they are displayed in the report. For example, I have 1. line-chart, 2. area-chart, 3. pie-chart. How to change this order, so the pie-chart is displayed first?

I'm on the latest YellowfinBI, release 7.1

Thanks,
Peter
Hello Peter,

Thank you for posting your question on the forum.

I've had a look at your issue / question and have a few
questions for clarification.

- When you saved and used the report, did you edit
the data or just create new charts?

I have walked through the steps you have outlined in
the latest version of 7.1 (Dec) and thus far have been unable
to replicate you issue.

I've made a basic report with 3 charts and then placed
them on the canvas. This is where you should be able to
set the order of your charts.



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I saved the report then when back in and edited the report,
adding a table and two other charts. In the output page you
need to hit the 'pencil' icon on the right in order to add the
two additional charts.



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I'm then able to add the additional charts from the left side
box. I'm also able to move the charts again to wherever I
want to display them.


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Please let me know if these are the steps you have taken or
if there is something that I'm missing.

Thank you,

Kyle

Hi Kyle,

I totally forgot to edit the canvas after I created my charts, so problem solved!

Thanks!
Peter
Hello Peter,

Thank you for letting us know that your issue
has been resolved. Great to here.

Cheers,

Kyle

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