Administrators can choose a palette of colors to apply to charts in a model.
Chart palettes present chart colors in order. This allows the selected color scheme to align the page design with your corporate branding.
A range of palettes is available in the Assets > Color Palettes. You can choose from the six built-in color palettes and create new ones, up to a maximum 20.
Each system palette contains nine colors, but you can add more by creating your own palette. Where there are more than nine series in a chart, colors are repeated. The first series in the chart adopts the first color in the palette; the second series adopts the second color; and so on.
If a series is added to a chart, it'll adopt the next color in the palette sequence. If there are more than nine series in the chart, series 10 reuses color one; series 11 reuses color two; and so on.
If a series is removed, colors for all series are recalculated. They won't keep the colors they were originally assigned.
If you're a page builder, you can pick which palette to apply as a color scheme to your charts. Currently, six global color palettes include Anaplan, Pastel, Retro, Blues, Bright, and Golds.
Note: The predefined color palettes aren't editable.
The Anaplan palette is the default for a model. You can create new palettes, duplicate an existing palette, and modify it. Newly created palettes are Custom color palettes.
The Custom color palette can be tailored to any range of colors represented by 6-digit hex color codes. For example, #FFFFFF for white or #000000 for black. If the hex code entered isn't valid, the existing value persists.
Any palette, whether it's a system or custom palette, can be the default. When you change the default palette, every chart that hasn't been overridden is updated to use the new default palette.