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Excel row filter functionality in PowerBI

I have made a report that looks like the following.

Ressource; skill1; skill2; skill3

ABC; ; ; X

CBD;X ; X;

 

So basicly I want to be able to filter on my colums, like you can in excel in a spreadsheet, where they will be able to select to only see rows, that contains data f.ex.

 

The report must show all per default, but if they want to find the ressources that only has a specific skill, they should be able to click on the skill columns and select a filter option.

 

Is this possible to implement in the report? and how do I do it?

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Re: Excel row filter functionality in PowerBI

Hi @RuneDaub,

You can create a slicer including skill columns, when you select a skill value, it will return corresponding rows. More details about slicer, please review this article.

If this is not what you want, please share your sample data table and list the desired result.

Thanks,
Angelia Zhang

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Re: Excel row filter functionality in PowerBI

Its a matrix report btw.. where I need to be able to filter on the final report on the matrix values.

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Microsoft

Re: Excel row filter functionality in PowerBI

Hi @RuneDaub,

You can create a slicer including skill columns, when you select a skill value, it will return corresponding rows. More details about slicer, please review this article.

If this is not what you want, please share your sample data table and list the desired result.

Thanks,
Angelia Zhang

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