If you want all your senior team looking at the same stock market information, creating a single report and pulling up-to-date information using APIs is a great way to achieve this. This blog gives you an end-to-end explanation of how to achieve this along with a Power BI Desktop file as an example.
In this short blog post, we will learn how to create a separate table for measures which are developed by citizen developers when creating a new report. This table will have an icon similar to an icon of a measure and will be placed on top in the list of all tables in the Fields pane.
I often get asked about best practice on when to use a lot of smaller measures that refer to each other VS when to write the entire expression as one long measure. If you have a great answer to this question, I'd love to hear your perspective, but this post provides one example of how lots of smaller measures can sometimes come in handy.
Thebudgetin your datacanbe indifferent granularities. It can beyearly, monthly,quarterly,or weekly,dependingon how you define your data.However, you might have sales every day like most businesses. So, youwant to break down the numbers, which will give you a like-for-like comparison to your actual sales results.