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Why do most of the bubbles have green color in Bubble Chart? Edited

I created multiple bubble charts from various projects. They all look correct but almost all bubbles are green. Can someone explain me the logic?

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Hi @Jean-Paul Durand ,

issues are grouped/distributed in different colors, to better distinguish the issues that receive more recent comments from the ones that receive fewer recent comments.

For example , issues in green have less recent comments and less size refers to less number of votes. Issues in red indicates issues with more recent comments.

Red Issue:  Users are deeply involved and they vote and comment

Green Issue: 1 or 2 comments and issues are created long ago.

Please go through below video tutorial , that will be helpful in understanding bubble chart in more detail.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMHmKV2qeeU&t=15s

Thanks,

Avinash

The coloring depends on the time interval (1 day - 12 weeks) and it is based on number of comments during the selected timeframe. Thanks.

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