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Can a Gauge have more than 3 Ranges?

I am trying to make a threat level gauge inside of a Power BI Dashboard and need there to be 5 colored levels in the gauge. I have not found a way within the tachometer or the dial gauge to get more than 3 levels. Does anyone know of a way to modify or if there is a visual out there already for this?

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I am trying to create a dashboard with a threat level gauge that would have 5 colored levels. Currently I am not finding a way with the tachometer or dial gauge to modify from 3 ranges to 5 ranges. Does anyone know how to do this or if there is a visual out there already that I can use for this effort?

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Not sure if there's any visual that meets the requirement.


Ignat Vilesov,

Software Engineer


Microsoft Power BI Custom Visuals

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