Try like this,
--> in your measure column --> background color --> edit expression and put it like below (remember to change your measure value )
if(sum(SoldQty)>=0 and sum(SoldQty)<5,Green(),
if(sum(SoldQty)>5 and sum(SoldQty)<10,Blue(),
if(sum(SoldQty)>10 and sum(SoldQty)<25,Yellow(),Red() )))
Hope this helps you
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It may sound strange for users Qlik Sense and require a few additional movements, but the color can be conveniently selected using QlikView. If QlikView is not already installed on your computer, do the following:
1) Download from the site Qlik QlikView Desktop (this is a free version that can be installed on a single computer with Qlik Sense).
2) Create a new database QlikView and on a blank sheet, select, for example, object TextBox (actions on this and the next item 2) and 3) can be seen in the attached file "Color").
3) In properties TextBox on the Caption tab, go to the color definition state (see attached file "Color").
4) The purpose of the elements is as follows
How to choose a color, for example, light red, is shown in the attached file "Color1".
Although requires several additional movements, but I always use this tool to pick colors in the charts.