Tableau project #3 – what does "ten steps" mean

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Claire Bird asked 2 years ago

In question number 3, it says to “indicate by color (ten steps)”
I am not sure if that is something specific that I have to do, or if it is saying that it takes ten steps to do (which doesn’t makes sense either because it seems to take one step to indicate by color). 
What is it saying? Is there more that I need to do?

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James Gaskin answered 2 years ago

In the color options, you can specify how many “steps” are in the gradient. More steps means smoother gradient. You can specify exactly 10.

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