With the "Five Pie Chart," you can build pie charts with up to five segments directly in Storykit.
The slide also has a headline and description to let you explain what the chart is all about. So you can tell a pretty extensive story on the slide itself.
Note: The slide preview in the editor does not display an actual pie chart, but shows the labels, values, and colors in a table format for a more straightforward overview. So if you want to see the actual pie chart, you can make a preview render.
Usage and behavior
- The "Title" field holds 40 characters in the Large typography.
- The "Subtitle" field holds 85 characters in the Small typography.
You access the value and label fields under the "Chart Values" part in the right-hand pane.
- The "Label" field for each bar holds 20 characters.
- The "Value" field is a number input field for the actual value of the bar.
If you want to convert your values to a percentage, check the "Convert to Percent" box. This will calculate your values to percentage and display the percentage instead. Otherwise you will have to be responsible for your own calculations and make sure you input the correct values.
All colors can be edited under "Color." But there a few things to consider when choosing colors for a pie chart, and this also reflects in the default color choices you see in the preview. The most important thing is not to have the same color for adjacent segments.
The labels for the pie chart are displayed with color legend under the pie chart and will have a consistent text color. The value text is display on the pie segment if it fits and will be moved outside the pie if space does not permit. You can set the value color for each segment individually, and that color is persistent unless the "Change Outside Value Color" is checked (which it is by default), then all values outside will have the same color.