I’m struggling with the Quickchart.io and the RadialGauge. I want to add the % after the data like your screenshot but I cannot have both at the same time. Could you help me with that ?
Second question do you think it is possible to add the % after the data and a subtext under it. I looked at all options but the subtext is not working.
Nothing really fancy here, but I have a form submission screen that has just numbers (10 of them), a Quickchart integration is due. (Thanks to Robert for introducing Quickchart and @Darren_Murphy for the Construct URL trick)
I think one of quickchart’s advantages has not received enough attention:
It allows you to save rows if you develop the data structure horizontally (in columns) in comparison to glide’s built-in charts, which require a new row for each data point.
(given that your users are fine with a predefined number of data points).
To concatenate values and labels, use template columns in glide tables or this formula in google sheets:
where rowIDs are in column A, and values or labels are in B to any letter of columns)
I just started replacing built.in charts with quickchart this week.
Am I missing something?
Generating VCard QR code using the google charts api to generate a vcard qr code from a template column and though the image displays on my layout screen in chrome browser, it does not generate either on safari in the layout view, or on my phone when published to my iphone?
I have created a test image on the home page - you will see qr code displaying in layout view but per this screenshot, does not render in app on iphone. (i have tested on android phone and interstingly it does render there??)
It would probably be better to build that url so it uses quickcharts instead of google charts.
I was about to say that it was maybe a permission issue where a user has to be signed into a google account, or more specifically, YOUR google account to be able to view the image, but that may not be the case here because it worked for me. Instead, I wonder if it’s an issue with the iphone or safari being able to render whatever image type is being generated.