To change the colors used in a chart, you can use the color picker from the chart. The color you set is used in:
- legends on charts
- tables for conditional formatting
- tags and editing the colors
To change the chart colors, you need at least one column in the chart’s legend. If the chart does not have a legend (not all do) and it is a single-measure chart, you can apply a conditional format to change the color. This type of conditional formatting does not work with Line charts.
Colors are maintained across searches within a session. For example, when doing a search on revenue by state, each state will keep its color assigned to it even if you change the search or chart type.
Add a column to the legend
While viewing your answer as a chart, click Edit chart configuration on the right.
Make sure you have a column in the Legend field.
Set a color through the legend
On the chart, click the color icon of the legend value you would like to change the color of.
Use the color picker to choose a new color to represent that legend value.
You can also enter a HEX value directly.
Click outside of the picker to dismiss the picker.
Actions > Save your changes.