You can create a combined axis chart. Bring one of your measures over to the axis of the other, (you should then see a double ruler) and drop the pill there.
What this does it create a chart with multiple measures, from the below screenshot, you can see that type has now been broken up by the measure names (which are sales and number of customers). Now measure values is in the columns, so the bars each has it's own measure value. The measure value bucket on the bottom left of the screenshot HOLDS these measure values. You can in fact add more than two measure values by dragging the measure into the bucket.
You can add a bit of colour to distinguish which of the bars represents which measure. To do this, drag measure names into colour on the marks card:
I've attached the workbook for you, but it might also be worth checking out this video: Creating a Combined Axis Chart in Tableau - YouTube
task_v10.2.twbx 35.1 KB
One way is to use the Measure Names and Measure Values that Tableau generates. Hope the arrangement of these on my example make sense, but let me know if not
thank you guys this really helps