I just tried this with my own Survey123 data and it seemed pretty straightforward. First, be sure you're pulling data from the correct layer. Survey123 creates three layers: '_Stakeholder', '_Fieldworker', and the main data layer (this does not have a descriptive name). You'll need to select the main layer, then the 'surveyPoint' feature. Once you select your layer, select 'Grouped Values' next to Categories From. Then, just select the field you want to see and it should pop up in the window to the right. Be sure that you have 'Count' selected under Statistics. You can then change the colors by value by going to the Series tab to the left.
Thanks for the response, Clayton! Unfortunately, this is how I have my dashboard setup and I'm not getting similar results. There's got to be something else going on here!
Unless someone else knows of a workaround, I think you might be. There are currently some enhancement requests for supporting Arcade expressions in Operations Dashboard, which might be able to get the job done depending on how that's implemented, but that's still not a reality yet.
Otherwise, reworking your survey to avoid using a select_multiple, or adding a bunch of hidden fields (monday_yesno, tuesday_yesno, etc.) may be your only options for recreating that graph in Ops Dashboard.
To expand on what Nick Dierks stated, the current workaround is to utilize hidden fields.
|select_multiple picklist||picklist||Pick a value|
Casting as an Integer here is important otherwise the form will publish the value as a string and will be inaccessible as an options in the Fields category. Then in Ops Dashboard, add a Serial Chart and select Categories From: Fields in Data Options. Now for each Category, add the hidden field and ensure you use the Sum statistic to get a count of each hidden field.
You'll end up with something like this
Let me know if you need any additional clarification.