Line chart format

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Hi @AngelAyala
If you provided any context, then it would be possible to answer you question.
Have a look in the documentation:

I am working with line chart but to format each one I have to do it one by one. Is there a way to apply it to everyone?

@AngelAyala Currently, no, you have to apply formatting to each series - there's a request open: - upvote by clicking :+1: on the first post