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Creating a Table visual with links to another tab within the same report w/o opening a new page

Within a 'table' visual, is there a way to create a hyperlink/bookmark, unique to the values in that row, that allows the end user to navigate to another tab within the report without a new webpage having to be created? I'm serously stumped here. I'm aware of inserting a txt box and overlaying it on top of the table and assigning it a web URL, but the thing is this...my listing/number of Categories is variable in nature so i need the ability to scroll up and down in the list as my list grows AND i need to be able to select on the row (example, "Category X" in the example below) to drive the visualizations i have in the view. Its for this reason I have selected the table visualization. Any help would be greately appreciated. Thanks.

Example  Table Structure

Reporting Domain  |  %'tile Rank  |     Link to tab w/in report

         Category X     |           85       |         Click Here

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Re: Creating a Table visual with links to another tab within the same report w/o opening a new page

Hi, @Nboyd29 

For your requirement: 1. navigate to another tab within the report without a new webpage. 2.  i need the ability to scroll up and down in the list as my list grows.

I think the best way is Drill through in power bi.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-drillthrough

 

Best Regards,

Lin

Community Support Team _ Lin
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