I assume that you consider the following option is very useful. When you click on a bar within a bar chart, the other bars are displayed in a brighter color so that it is easier to identify which value is selected.
I would like to know if it possible to make unlinked visuals behave like this ?
A few words about the purpose of this question, may be you will have some other suggestions.
On a tab, I have 4 bar charts with Top N filters (Top growth / top decline in sales for MTD et YTD). Obviously, these visuals are note linked. Therefore when one value is selected in one bar chart the other values within this bar chart are displayed brighter but the other values in the other visuals are not. I noticed that it generates confusion...
Do you have any tips ?
Thanks for your help
Hi @Benjamin2256 ,
Based on my test, it is not possible to meet your requirement currently. Why don't you create relationship between tables to achieve that? Or you can come up a new idea about that and add your comments there to improve Power BI and make this feature coming sooner.
Hi @v-frfei-msft ,
Thanks for replying.
I don't see the point about creating relationship between tables ?
The visuals could already be linked. But they are displaying the same data by brands, one as a Top 5 from top, the other one as a Top 5 from bottom. Therefore, clicking on one brand filter the other visual with this single brand.
But it seems to be the only way to ensure that the users don't be confused. Because those visuals are also linked with some cards and other things. At least we clearly see which brand is selected
Many thanks for your input.