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Can you add a hyperlink to charts that behaves as the drilldown?

Hi there,

 

I have a report that isn't frequented by Power BI users who were asking that the navigation be a bit more straight forward.  Apperantly, right clicking is too much to ask for some?!?  Nevertheless, I want to know if there is any way I can use (maybe?) the url feature to drill through the data so that when the user clicks on the project it will just show the drilled page?

 

Not sure if it makes any difference, but in this particular situation I'm hoping to do it with a pivot chart that has a "tree" structure for the rows where users select project stage, then project name.  I've attached a screenshot to better explain where I'm hoping to put the hyperlink (highlighted in red)....

 

As Always, Any Hints are MUCH Appreciated!

 

drilldown-oktodelete.png

 

 

 

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Helper IV
Helper IV

Re: Can you add a hyperlink to charts that behaves as the drilldown?

Figured out!  You don't use URLs in this situation.  Instead you use Actions which allow you to navigate to other pages.  Thanks for the help!

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Helper IV

Re: Can you add a hyperlink to charts that behaves as the drilldown?

Thanks @amitchandak.  I had read up on the Dynamic URL's.  I guess my question is what would be the http address or link that I would use to view a different bookmark or page on the PBIX?  Where would I find these so that they are relative the Power BI file?

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Helper IV
Helper IV

Re: Can you add a hyperlink to charts that behaves as the drilldown?

Figured out!  You don't use URLs in this situation.  Instead you use Actions which allow you to navigate to other pages.  Thanks for the help!

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