Ability to set a global Reference Line default value

Emily shared this idea 2 days ago
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Hi

When building charts in YellowFin reports, is there a way to set where the horizontal axis line should cross on the vertical axis e.g. I want to have the horizontal axis line be where vertical axis is 0. I think YellowFin defaults to always show the horizontal axis is always shown at the lowest value of the vertical axis.

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Hi Emily,

Thanks for reaching out. You can manually set a Reference Line, which I believe may be what you're looking for.

If you head into Axis in the Charts section, then head to the Vertical Axis, you can set the Reference Line like so:

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Here I turned off the label and made the line black so as to mimic the screenshot you've provided.

This is the output:

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Is this what you were looking for?

Regards,

Mike

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Yes, though would there be a way to create configuration default to always have 1 reference line create at the 0 mark for all graphs? This would be very helpful for graphs that are growth related as example where the numbers can be negative

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Hi Emily,

Thanks for your response. There is no way to globally configure a Reference Line value. I can submit an Idea for this, however. Please confirm and I can go ahead and submit that.

Regards,

Mike

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yes please thanks

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Hi Emily,

Great! I've gone ahead and submitted an enhancement request for this and changed this to an Idea item with the title of "Ability to set a global Reference Line default value".

Any potential updates surrounding this will be posted here.

Regards,

Mike