Thanks so much for posting your question on Tableau's Community forums! Conditional formatting can be achieved in Tableau.
There's a great community thread on this topic - Conditional Formatting
This article from Jonathan Drummey's blog also has excellent information on color formatting. Older But Still Useful – Conditional Formatting | Drawing with Numbers
Please let us know if this is helpful or if there is further information we can provide.
Thanks. I've had a look and I think i'm one step closer! However now all columns show the same colour, based on the measure I've used for colour.
Is there a way to add more measures so I can format the individual columns, based on the right measures, with my current set up? Now I've only applied Unique Open Rates, but I would like to apply e.g. Unique CTR to fill only Unique CTR column etc.
Great news that you are one step closer!
If you are able to attach a packaged workbook, I bet one of our amazing community members can help you get across the finish line . Here's a link to a great article by Bill Lyons on when, why and how to attach packaged workbooks.
Thanks Seujan. I've attached a packaged workbook so hopefully that should make it easier to demonstrate what i'm trying to do.
So what I'm trying to achieve is for the individual columns (Sent/Open Rate/CTR) to be formatted based on their individual values. So our stakeholders can see how that particular email send performed, based on the company average.
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