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cham Regular Visitor
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Power BI Feature

Hi,

I want to know how to inseart following fetaure to my Power BI report. (How to add this one P1,P2, P3)

 

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Pauwnrajpp Member
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Re: Power BI Feature

Dear cham,

 

Its just the Responsive slicer in Power BI.

Create a slicer

The first step to creating a dynamic slicer is to create a basic slicer.

  1. Select the Slicer icon Slicer icon in the Visualizations pane.

  2. Drag the field you want to filter on to Field.

    Add a field to the slicer

Convert to a horizontal slicer

  1. With the slicer selected, in the Visualizations pane select the Format tab.

  2. Expand the General section, then for Orientation, select Horizontal.

    Set the slicer to horizontal

  3. You'll probably want to make it wider, to show more values.

    Make the slicer wider

Make it responsive and experiment with it

This step is easy.

  1. Right under Orientation in the General section of the Format tab, slide Responsive to On.

    Slicer is now responsive

 

I think, this would be helpful for you. You can assign the values according the requirement like P1, P2, etc..

 

Regards,

Pradeep

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Pauwnrajpp Member
Member

Re: Power BI Feature

Dear cham,

 

Its just the Responsive slicer in Power BI.

Create a slicer

The first step to creating a dynamic slicer is to create a basic slicer.

  1. Select the Slicer icon Slicer icon in the Visualizations pane.

  2. Drag the field you want to filter on to Field.

    Add a field to the slicer

Convert to a horizontal slicer

  1. With the slicer selected, in the Visualizations pane select the Format tab.

  2. Expand the General section, then for Orientation, select Horizontal.

    Set the slicer to horizontal

  3. You'll probably want to make it wider, to show more values.

    Make the slicer wider

Make it responsive and experiment with it

This step is easy.

  1. Right under Orientation in the General section of the Format tab, slide Responsive to On.

    Slicer is now responsive

 

I think, this would be helpful for you. You can assign the values according the requirement like P1, P2, etc..

 

Regards,

Pradeep

cham Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Power BI Feature

This is really good explanation. Thank you so much