This article guides you through the process of creating a Radar Diagram using custom fields in our software. Custom fields are variables designed to store user-supplied data. By successfully following these instructions, you will be able to visualize the data stored in these fields through a Radar Diagram.


  • Basic understanding of our software interface
  • Familiarity with custom fields and their functions

Step-by-Step Instructions:

Step 1: Create Custom Fields for the Graph 

  • Start by generating the custom fields that will be employed in your graph. These fields will hold the data points for your Radar Diagram.

Step 2: Assign Custom Fields to Questions 

  • After creating the custom fields, it’s time to associate them with the respective questions. When users answer these questions, their responses will be stored in the linked custom fields.

Step 3: Create the Graph 

  • With your custom fields set up and assigned, navigate to the graph configuration settings. Add the custom fields to the graph configuration. This will instruct the graph to plot data based on the values stored in these fields.

Step 4: Display the Graph 

  • Finally, save your graph settings and view the graph. You should now see a Radar Diagram representing the data from your custom fields.

Pro Tips:

  • Use descriptive names for your custom fields to make them easily identifiable.
  • Regularly check the data in your custom fields to ensure it’s being stored correctly.


  • If your graph isn’t displaying correctly, double-check that you’ve assigned the custom fields to the correct questions.
  • If data isn’t populating in your fields, check that the fields are set up correctly and linked to the relevant questions.


Creating a Radar Diagram using custom fields is a powerful way to visualize user data in our software. Follow the steps above and continue exploring the other functionalities our software offers to maximize your user experience.


  • How can I edit a custom field?
    • Navigate to the custom fields section and select the field you want to edit. Make your changes and remember to save before you exit.
  • Why isn’t my graph displaying any data?
    • This could be due to several reasons, such as no data being stored in the custom fields, or the fields not being linked to the correct questions.