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mbrierley
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Multiple columns of data in a card visual?

Below is a screenshot from a Tableau report (with names redacted). Is it possible to re-create this type of visual in PowerBI? What I'd like to see is a list of names in multiple columns. At the moment, when I use a card, I only get 1 column of data. Thanks Capture.PNG

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Hi @mbrierley 

 

I found a custom visual Chiclet Slicer which is able to display the items more compactly to save the space. You could get it from Visualizations > ... > Get more visuals.

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And it is able to set how many columns and rows to be shown in the visual.

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Regards,

Jing

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mbrierley
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@amitchandak Maybe this is clearer....below I have a multi row card with a list of teams. I've circled the scroll bar on the right hand side. But I don't want this. I want all the data to appear in the box. The idea is that people looking at this won't have to scroll down to see all the teams. Is there a way to show the data to the right of the current list? To 'wrap' it?

 

Capture.PNG

Hi @mbrierley 

 

I found a custom visual Chiclet Slicer which is able to display the items more compactly to save the space. You could get it from Visualizations > ... > Get more visuals.

120301.jpg

 

And it is able to set how many columns and rows to be shown in the visual.

120302.jpg

 

Regards,

Jing

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Thank you @v-jingzhang this is exactly what I was after 😊😊😊

Hi @mbrierley 

 

Currently it is not supported to ‘wrap’ a column of data into multiple columns in a multi-row card visual.

 

Alternatively, you could use a slicer and change its orientation into Horizontal. It is able to be dragged into different sizes and show different numbers of columns and rows of the data. 

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Kindly let me know if this helps.
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amitchandak
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@mbrierley ,Output is not clear

You have multi card visual.

Or you can try the approach in this video -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSnB5y2JXv8



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