# Qlik Sense App Development

Contributor II

## QlikSense: Images in Tables

Hello,

Is there a way to insert images in Tables in QlikSense just like Qlikview?

We have a table in QlikSense with +ve and -ve values and would like to show respective up and down arrow images in the table.  How is it possible?

Will appreciate assistance.

Thanks.

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New Contributor III

## Re: QlikSense: Images in Tables

Syed

you can use geometric shapes and set their colour: for example the up arrow is chr(9650) and the down arrow is chr(9660) - so add a measure to the table with an expression along the lines of

if(sum(Metric)>=0,chr(9650),chr(9660))

and then write a similar expression for the text color expression, for example

if(sum(Metric)>=0,green(),red())

Check Wikipedia or elsewhere on the net for other geometric shapes.

Hope that helps.

Brian

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New Contributor III

## Re: QlikSense: Images in Tables

Syed

you can use geometric shapes and set their colour: for example the up arrow is chr(9650) and the down arrow is chr(9660) - so add a measure to the table with an expression along the lines of

if(sum(Metric)>=0,chr(9650),chr(9660))

and then write a similar expression for the text color expression, for example

if(sum(Metric)>=0,green(),red())

Check Wikipedia or elsewhere on the net for other geometric shapes.

Hope that helps.

Brian

Contributor II

## Re: QlikSense: Images in Tables

Brian,

Thanks a lot.  The geometric shapes are working nicely.

So i guess at this time we do not have the feature of inserting images in QlikSense Table.

Thanks again.

Valued Contributor

## Re: QlikSense: Images in Tables

Hi, Syed,

May I know is it possible to add color to the geometirc shapes, is that possible?

Thanks very much

Zhihong

New Contributor III

## Re: QlikSense: Images in Tables

Zhihong

You can set the color of the shape by using an expression in the Text Color Expression of the measure you are adding, for example:

if(sum(Metric)>=0,green(),red())

There are a lot of ways to define the color, such as the Qlik Sense functions used here, but also using rgb(), argb(), hsl(), etc.  More details are available in the Help system.

Hope that helps.