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Superbadge - Rpt & Dashboards - Challenge 2 error

All, I'm receiving the below error when trying this challenge.
The 'Sales Manager' dashboard does not have the correct headers and titles for the chart components.

I've tried many things including changing the base field for the Summary to the OOB fields, but it doesn't help.  My configurations are shown below and seem to match the requirements as exactly as I can find.  Does anyone else have any suggestions?  Can't find a Salesforce help for the Superbadges.

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Brian ChristiansenBrian Christiansen
Bob did you ever get past this?
Ben ChastainBen Chastain
I'm getting intensely frustrated with this exercise as well. I was meticulous in my approach and I've now essentially gone through the exercise twice and I'm still getting the error message 'The 'Sales Manager' dashboard does not have the correct headers and titles for the chart components." 

I've also taken a screen shot of the dashboard I created, which looks like Bob's. 

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I've browsed several forumn discussions and I don't feel any closer to solving this problem. 
Ben ChastainBen Chastain
Moments after posting this I found Brian's posting in another thread where he posted the dashboard that worked for him. I did two things that changed the above dashboard for it to work:

1) I edited the source reports for both Closed Won Opportunities charts to no longer use the close date field. I replaced it with the close month field.

2) I edited the source report for Account Value to use Sum of Open Opp Value field instead of Amount field--the reason I'd used the Amount field to begin with is the sketch included with the instructions clearly uses the "Amount" field.  

On to the next one for me.
Rajesh BhoirRajesh Bhoir
Hi All,
I am trying to create a dashboard with Title “Number of deals and amount”. I got the below combination chart with all the required details but the only problem is how do I get “# of deals” label. Currently it shows record count on the Y axis at right hand side where as it should be” Number of Deals” as per the trailhead requirement.

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Now record count is nothing but number of closed won opportunities which are equal to number of deals. I am not sure if I am missing any step or is there any way to change the labels on Y axis.

Any help is really appreciated
Kasif Imran 23Kasif Imran 23
Hi All  Can you tell me how did you get Number of Deals on the first report as i cant see any field on the opportunity object, i am able to do all other reports apart from the first chart
Hi Kasif , 
Did you figure out how its done ? I have the same issue.
Tony White (BNE)Tony White (BNE)
# Deals needs to be a formula field in the report, then in the chart use grouping and second axis.
Nitin Sharma 291Nitin Sharma 291

I have meticulously copy-pasted all the reports name. Still facing the same issue. Not sure what is going wrong.

Thanks in advance.

I have created the report exactly like it is mentioned in the challenge , still it shows the error :Challenge Not yet complete... here's what's wrong: 
The 'Sales Manager' dashboard does not have the correct headers and titles for the chart components.

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I have looked through multiple solution already posted, but still not able to complete the challenge.
Benjamin BratcherBenjamin Bratcher
I am having the same issue with this step of the Reports & Dashboards Specialist Superbadge. It says that the "Sales Manager dashboard does not have the correct headers and titles for the chart components." Below is my configuration. Any help would be appreciated. I'm getting really frustrated with this...

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Lisa SouletLisa Soulet
Hi Benjamin,
One thing I notice is that your source report for "Number of deals and amount" should be "Closed Opps:  number and amount by month" (and not "Closed Opps:  number of deals and amount").  In my case, the chart I have is a simple vertical bar chart whereas yours looks like it is stacked.  I'm not sure if that has anything to do with it, but you could try to update that component....
Benjamin BratcherBenjamin Bratcher
@Lisa Soulet, thanks for the catch. I changed the name of the source report but still got the same error message. 
However, when I changed the stacked vertical bar chart to a normal bar chart, the step 2 finally passed. I was accidentally grouping by "type" too. Thank you so much! I was getting very frustrated with this. On to the next challenge!