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Resolver III
Resolver III

Column header names

Hi, everybody

 

Is there any way to change column header names?

 

I don't want 'count of nombre_huesped' in the header name

 

Thanks,

 

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Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @Angel,

 

Currently, there is no options to change column header names for a Table/Matrix visual. You can vote the idea here to make this feature coming sooner.Smiley Happy

 

In this scenario, you may need to create a measure(with a name you want to show for the column header name) to calculate the count of nombre_huesped, then show the measure on the Table/Matrix instead.

 

For example, if I want to show "ProductIDs" instead of "Count of ProductID" for the column header name on the table, then I can use the formula below to create a measure called "ProductIDs" and show it on the Table.

ProductIDs = COUNTA(Products[ProductID])

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Regards

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Super User IV
Super User IV

You need to change the default summarization for your field, I posted it in another post, here is the link :

 

http://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/change-change-data-label-text-in-chart/m-p/111461#M46987






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Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @Angel,

 

Currently, there is no options to change column header names for a Table/Matrix visual. You can vote the idea here to make this feature coming sooner.Smiley Happy

 

In this scenario, you may need to create a measure(with a name you want to show for the column header name) to calculate the count of nombre_huesped, then show the measure on the Table/Matrix instead.

 

For example, if I want to show "ProductIDs" instead of "Count of ProductID" for the column header name on the table, then I can use the formula below to create a measure called "ProductIDs" and show it on the Table.

ProductIDs = COUNTA(Products[ProductID])

r1.PNG

 

Regards

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Thanks, @v-ljerr-msft

 

I have voted the idea... Smiley Wink

 

 

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