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How do you insert a list menu with searchbar and filter that navigates to KPI's in a dashboard?

I have a dashboard with multiple tabs and each tab has multiple KPI's. I need to design a homepage that consists of the following things: A kind of menu list with a searchbar on top, a filter for the categories and under the filter a list of the kpi's.


Example: When i click a filter of a tab > the list shows the KPI's of that category. When i undo the filter > The list shows all the KPI's for that tab.

Another example: When i search a KPI > the list must show the KPI that i searched. When i delete my search typings > the list goes back to showing all the KPI's for that tab.


I have a screenshot of the design that i already have made. I already have the layout fixed, i only need the functionality of what i described. 


Can someone please help me? If not, can someone suggest another solution or way to have a overview page?


Kind regards,




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Hi, @zizou072 

If the data type of the field you are currently using is 'text',  you can try powerbi built-in slicers as menu lists.



You need to check the 'Search' option on the slicers.


Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Eason

Hey  @v-easonf-msft 


Thank you for your comment. It is unfortunately not the solution i needed.


The text for the KPI's in the screenshot i provided are hyperlinks to other pages in the dashboard. How can you make multiple hyperlinks that can be filtered and seached upon?


Thank you kindly for your reaction and i hope to hear from you soon.


Kind regards,


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