This data visualization is commonly used to compare values easily since each column is close to the next allowing you to see which column has the highest or lowest value of the group.
You can use this chart to compare the total net price of each of your existing quotes, grouping them by stage and account.
Select the view you want to use as the base for your widget. You can use a saved view or select "Embedded View" and create a new one for this widget.
Choose the application you would like to use for the data for the widget.
You can adjust the filters from a previously saved view or add filters just for this widget.
For more information on filters see the following article:
Choose the field you would like to use to base your number widget on. Only fields within your chosen application will be available.
Horizontal Axis Title: add a title to the horizontal axis.
Vertical Axis Title: Add a title to the vertical axis.
Show Labels: When enabled it will show the name of data in the Vertical Axis.
Show Legend: When enabled it includes the color code with values of the field used to group the data. It is displayed at the bottom of the widget.
Show Values: When enabled it shows the total of days inside each section of the widget, and not just on hover over.
Show All Values: This will display all values associated with the filters you've chosen. Including zeros.
Place Values Inside: Place all values inside the bars.
Stack 100%: When enabled it transforms the horizontal axis values to percentages and presents the values in the corresponding proportions of 100%
Show Top N: If you enter in the number 5 the chart will display the top 5 records based on the filters you chose earlier.
Default Format: When disabled, override the default format.
Number Prefix: Add a prefix to the numbers in the widget, from letters to symbols.
Format Large Values: When enabled, it will apply the required format to simplify the quantities, for example, it will transform 14,000,000 to 14M
These are useful if you have goals or targets you would like to compare your numbers to in your chart.
You can also label and choose a color for your targets to make it more clear what the line represents.