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tprasad1 Regular Visitor
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Can we embed hyperlinks in charts?

Hello,

 

I am working on an Interactive Map and Donut Chart on Power BI Desktop. I am looking at embedding URLs in the donut chart. Is it possible to do so?

 

Thank you!

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samdthompson Established Member
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Re: Can we embed hyperlinks in charts?

 
Super User
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Re: Can we embed hyperlinks in charts?

@tprasad1 You can set your URL to be a clickable link in table, matrix and multi-row cards. import your link and in Data->Modeling->Data Category you can set it to "Web URL"

 

So you could show it with one of the above visuals which would allow the end user to click it. (currently)


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Moderator v-caliao-msft
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Re: Can we embed hyperlinks in charts?

@tprasad1 Based on my research, embed hyperlikn into a chart in not supported in current version of Power BI desktop.

 

If you have any concern on this feature, you can submit your idea on the link below. If this feature was mentioned by mulitple users, product team will consider to add this feature to next release.
https://ideas.powerbi.com/forums/265200-power-bi-ideas

 

Regards,

Charlie Liao

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