I have a table with two axes. The table is roughly 15x15, and each cell is an integer value. In Excel, I'd apply conditional formatting and easily turn this into a heat map. Can I do something similar in Smartsheet?
Yes, you can.
We'd use the Conditional Formatting feature with conditions. See example below.
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It’s not the same as Excel, but something like this can be created.
Would that work?
I hope that helps!
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Yes, that would work I think, but I have a wide range of values, so I'd need a way to say something like 0-10 = red, 11-20 = yellow, and = green. Can I do something like that, and if so, how?
Thanks so much for you guidance!
Yes, that helps quite a bit, thanks! Wish we didn't have to define it column by column, but still gets the job done.
Happy to help!
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