My organization has just adapted Power BI and have made all the necessary visuals and calculations. However, my task is to create a way to display information for each one of those visuals so that anyone accessing the rapport can see how the calculations is done. I've thought about tooltips, but that is not always enough space for me to display everything I need.
Is there a way for me to make an "information tab" where all the information is displayed and i can access via an icon (Depending on which icon is pressed; different information will be presented) or do I have to make a new tab for each information page?
Any other tips on how to provide information for visuals is ofcourse always appreciated!
Thank you in advance
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Thank you very much!
I am very grateful for you takning your time to answer amateurs such as myself.
I look forward to the journey of power bi 🙂
I think this might be exactly what I am looking for. But I have a question about it;
If want to define 10 different visuals, will I put each definition on top of each other and use the conditional hide/unhide to get to the right function?
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