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How to sort Legend in Line Chart Qlik Sense?

Hi All,

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I have 2 dimensions (date, region) and 1 measures (sales), in legend seen REGION 4, REGION 3, REGION 5, REGION 1, REGION 2

But I want to sort by value of sum sales desc (REGION 4, REGION 2, REGION 5, REGION 3, REGION 1)

Anyone can help me?


Previously I have been looking for similar thread but I did not get a solution.

Thanks

Regards,

Agus Irawan

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shraddha_g
Partner - Master III
Partner - Master III

To change sorting you need to uncheck "Use Continuous Scale" from X Axis Properties..

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shraddha_g
Partner - Master III
Partner - Master III

To change sorting you need to uncheck "Use Continuous Scale" from X Axis Properties..

PFA

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Thank you Shraddha, your answer is very helpfull.

madsgrathe
Partner - Creator
Partner - Creator

That solution works, but not if you want to keep your x axis a continuous scale.

To anyone who has this problem, searched for it and ended out in this thread, I found the solution here: https://support.qlik.com/articles/000049105 Basically you need to turn of the 'Auto' Colors in the 'Colors and Legend' properties of the chart and change it to 'By Dimension'.

LHookway
Explorer II
Explorer II

Thank you so much for posting this, I've been scouring the web for way to get my legend to appear in the correct order, I will post my searches here so that hopefully it brings it to the top of Google searches for others:

How to sort the legend in Qliksense?

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For context my legend is: 'A) $0 Incurred', 'B) $1 - $5,000', 'C) $5,000 - $25,000', 'D) $25,000 - $50,000', 'E)$50,000 - $100,000', 'F) $100,000 - $250,000', 'G) >$250,000'