10-13-2020 02:54 AM - last edited 10-14-2020 12:57 PM
DiscoverEI loved all of the 100 practical productivity tips shared by the Filtered team in their PDF report (check it out here).... So we converted the 107 pages of the PDF into an interactive Power BI report! Check out the report to become more productive 😎
Power BI is not just limited to visualising quantitative data, it is also a fantastic data storytelling tool for transforming large amounts of text into an interactive dashboard!
DiscoverEI's Top 3 Tips for visualising qualitative data in Power BI:
This dashboard has been developed using the productivity tips from Filtered (2018).
If you would like to learn how to create similar Power BI reports from scratch, or awesome environmental Power BI reports, then register for one of DiscoverEI's upcoming Power BI training courses: https://www.discoverei.com/training
If you want to learn more about these awesome techniques in Power BI, then follow along to the DiscoverEI blog as we continue to share tutorial videos and step-by-step instructions on how to create these for yourself:
Have fun exploring your data!
Thanks for sharing this.
I really love this design.
How can i get this data set. Cause I want to practice.
Nice report, thanks for sharing virtaully 🙂
Can you please share how the Visual 4. Start Again functionality was created ?
I think it's basically a button reseting all the slicers/filters.
You can find a how-to on this link: https://blog.jongallant.com/2020/05/powerbi-clear-all-filters/
Practical application of a visual dashboard to increase productivity. It looks like a full-fledged application. Amazing!
this is beautiful
I would love to add this as a link to my team's report landing page. From whom should I ask permission to do so?
Hi Alice ,
visual number 4. What visaul do you use to reset value default ?
That's absolutely amazing! Thanks for sharing , I love it. I wish I can do somehting similar on both desktop and mobile phones!
Thanks again Alice.
This is really neat! I like how you have text in the cards and have the option to click the card to show more details with a pop out. Would you share how you did that?
Thanks a lot - really glad you like it! I'm using the Card Browser custom visual, for this one - it's one of my favourite visuals! Check it out here: https://appsource.microsoft.com/en-us/product/power-bi-visuals/WA104381278?tab=Overview
Hope that helps 😃
The card browser rocks. loving the simplicity of the report. Inspiring !