You can set an expression in a chart to display whatever pop-up you would like.
First, you need to switch off the default pop-up that is displayed, by going into the presentation tab of the chart properties and unchecking the "pop-up labels" box.
Then add an expression in the expressions tab, that evaluates to what you would like to see. In this case "=Event".
In the options to the right of the expressions, uncheck all the display options boxes (bar / line etc) and check the "text as pop-up box"
You will see that the icon next to the expression has changed to a speech bubble, this means it is only being used for pop-ups.
Apply and close the properties and the event should now display as a pop-up
Let me know if this helps!
Hi Erica -
Does this only work on BAR charts? I attempted to use this on a line chart and it didnt seem to work?
I did find this post which suggests that there is an issue and that a bar has to be introduced
The problem is that QV redimensions my chart such that my dimensions and expressions no longer visualize in the same manner.
I have 2 dimensions and 1 expression. In a line chart one dimension appears on the x-axis and the other on the y-axis and the expression is what is shown. When I switch to a combo chart and add the bar expression it now shows both dimensions on the x-axis and my expression on the y-axis.
Simply disabling the bar chart expression in the properties fixes this situation. Ultimately, I am back to square 0 ; Any help is appreciated.