Hi Power BI experts. Hope you are all doing great. Recently, I am facing an issue with creating colored indicators as per the texts of a specific column. The issue I have is best summarized as follows:
I have an application that collects project management data and snapshots it on a regular basis. Our customers want to see reports that show how data changes over time. If you look at this report on our website: https://www.shareadvance.com/report/?rpt=Project-Historical-Comparison that gives you an idea of what we need in this report. That report compares numerical data, and you can see the current value next to a historical value. You can change the date for the historical value using the slider.
The report we want to see will be based on data showing Projects and their health status. The data is stored in text format, but the report needs to show this as graphical indicators. The report will show historical health status based on a date chosen by the user. Next to that it will show current health status based on the most recent snapshot like the following image:
Go into your data model (middle icon on the left) in Desktop. Click your column. Click "Modeling" tab in the ribbon. In the ribbon in the Properties area you will see Data Category. Drop down and click Image URL.
Hi @Greg_Deckler thanks a lot for the solutions. I need one more suggestion. I also need to find the current status of projects based on the status of the most recent date. How can i achieve this? Thanks again
Thanks @Greg_Deckler. What i need to have is the most recent date for each of the project and then extract the status of the project on that specific date and keep it fixed and not have it changed if other parameters are changed using slicers. Thanks