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avinaash
Advocate I
Advocate I

Horizontal Radio Button

Hi Everyone,

Thanks in advance.

 

I want to have a radio button in a horizontal way. I want the items to be on the sides.

 

So, I dragged and droped a slicer. Then I switched on the "Single select" from the "Selection controls". After that I changed the "Orientation" from "Vertical" to "Horizontal", from the "General".

 

And as soon as I changed the "Orientation" from "Vertical" to "Horizontal", the slicer turns into buttons.

 

But I don't want any buttons. I want the UI in the form of "Horizontal Radio Button".

 

Can anyone tell me how this can be achieved in Power BI?

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HarishKM
Responsive Resident
Responsive Resident

@avinaash Hey ,

Try this custom viz but you will able to get button option here .

 

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v-jingzhang
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @avinaash 

Currently this is not able to be achieved in Power BI. When selecting Horizontal Orientation for a slicer, it displays in button layout by design. You can create an idea about this feature at Ideas (powerbi.com) or vote for this similar idea: Microsoft Idea  · Slicer horizontal check boxes are not coming.

 

Additionally, if you want to save space in a report canvas by using a slicer with horizontal orientation, you could try below custom visual Chiclet Slicer

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Items in this slicer can be more compact than a standard slicer.

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Regards,
Community Support Team _ Jing
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AllisonKennedy
Super User III
Super User III

@avinaash  I'm not sure what you mean by wanting the items to be on the sides? But as soon as you change orientation to horizontal it uses buttons - no way to have radio buttions all in the same row if that's what you're looking for. There may be a slicer in the custom visual marketplace that gets you closer to what you want? 



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