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Resolver I
Resolver I

Dynamic Label in Title



Need help in dynamic labeling.


Scenario:  In one page i created 4 charts, with different dimensions(Top 3). I want to toggle between the metrics, across all the 4 charts. 

accordingly title label should change automatically.


What I did so far:  Created a table in Power BI for toggle purpose; Created a slicer with Metric name; and written the DAX query. Applied the calculated measure in all the charts; Results are as expected.

See the attached sample.


Issue:  Not able to change the Title of the charts as expected. 

When I click on the Sales Amount in the slicer, the chart label should be changed to  

chart1 : "Top 3 sates by Sales Amount"

chart2 : "Top 3 products by Sales Amount"


When I click on the Transactions in the slicer, the chart label the labelPowerBI Issue.PNG should be changed to  

chart1 : "Top 3 sates by Transactions"

chart2 : "Top 3 products by Transactions"


Thanks in Advance.


Resolver I
Resolver I

Hi all, 

thanks for your quick responses.

I tried these options already. With these approach,  i need to create 6 measures/dynamic labels (as i have 6 charts). that means for each chart one separate measure. but I am looking for one Dynamic measure only instead of 6.



Chart-1: 'Top 3' <Dimension1> by <Slicer_Measure>  

Chart-2: 'Top 3' <Dimension2> by <Slicer_Measure>

Chart-3: 'Top 3' <Dimension3> by <Slicer_Measure>



Thanks in advance.

Hi @pradeept ,


You have to create 6 measure for dynamic titles. There is no approach to get dimensions you used in visuals by dax measure.


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Best Regards,

Dedmon Dai

Responsive Resident
Responsive Resident

@pradeept  You can create 4 viz . 2 for Sales and 2 for transaction . Then create 2 bookmark then program it whenever you toggling it will fulfil your requirement . Add 2 button  Bingo



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1. Create two Dax Measures for State and Product 

  • StateMeasure  = If( SELECTEDVALUE(Table[Category]) = "SalesAmount" , "Sales Amount", SELECTEDVALUE(Table[Category])) & " by State"
  • ProductMeasure  = If( SELECTEDVALUE(Table[Category]) = "SalesAmount" , "Sales Amount", SELECTEDVALUE(Table[Category])) & " by Product"

2. Select the visual and go to format pane and enable Title and Click on "fx"  and follow as per below screenshot



Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Consider using SELECTEDVALUE DAX to capture the selection in a measure and then use it in your title.

Eg: In your case it would be something like:

Title of Sales Chart: "Top 3 Sales by" & SELECTEDVALUE(<Slicer Selection>)  

Title of Product Chart: "Top 3 Product by" & SELECTEDVALUE(<Slicer Selection>)  


You can use these measure in the title of the corresponding charts as a formula as below:


Based on field is your measure


For more details, refer below:


Responsive Resident
Responsive Resident

hi @pradeept 


Yes, you can do this, pls check this video


Thanks & Regards,

Mohammed Adnan

Learn Power Platform:


Super User IV
Super User IV

@pradeept ,

you need to create a measure like and use that in title


measure = "Top 3 sates by  " & Selectedvalues(Table[column])


also Dynamic Title

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