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Show all the bookmarks in one page.

I have created a slicer and a Guage visualization, the slicer contains 40 values, by selecting each value I created a bookmark, now I want to show all the bookmarks (40 Guage Visuals) on one page.
How could I do that?

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Anonymous
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@Samrawit21,

You could accomplish what you're trying to do without any slicer.

1. Create your gauge

2. Add a visual-level filter:

 Visual Level Filter.PNG

3. Add a title:

Title.PNG

Title.PNG

Title.PNG

5. Copy and paste your gauge, and update the filter and title for each one. Be careful to double-check to make sure everything is correct!

 

Regards,

Nathan Peterson

 

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Hi @Samrawit21 
It should be possible

6.png

Best Regards

Maggie

 

Community Support Team _ Maggie Li
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Hi @Samrawit21 

If i understand you correctly, your requirement is :

there are 40 pairs of slicers and Guage visualizations on one page of a report,

slicer1 control guage1, slicer2 control guage2...

slicer1 doesn't impact guage2,ect.

 

If so, you could edit interaction for these visuals.

Refernce: Change how visuals interact in a Power BI report

For example

4.png

6.png

Best Regards

Maggie

 

Community Support Team _ Maggie Li
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@v-juanli-msft 

I have two columns, Name and progress.
So I put the 'Name' column in a slicer and 'progress' in the Guge visualization.
I want to show the progress of each name(person), using a Guage visualization and I want to show all the visuals on one page.

Capture.PNG

Hi @Samrawit21 
It should be possible

6.png

Best Regards

Maggie

 

Community Support Team _ Maggie Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Anonymous
Not applicable

@Samrawit21,

You could accomplish what you're trying to do without any slicer.

1. Create your gauge

2. Add a visual-level filter:

 Visual Level Filter.PNG

3. Add a title:

Title.PNG

Title.PNG

Title.PNG

5. Copy and paste your gauge, and update the filter and title for each one. Be careful to double-check to make sure everything is correct!

 

Regards,

Nathan Peterson

 

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Hi @Anonymous , Thank you for your reply. The name is long and if I write it on a Gauge visual title, it will not be possible to read the full name, I also tried to use a card visual, but it's not possible to apply a visual level filter.

Hi @Samrawit21 

Is this problem sloved?

If not, please let me know.

 

Best Regards

Maggie

 

Community Support Team _ Maggie Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Anonymous
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Hi @Samrawit21 - 

Cards are better visuals than a gauges. You won't be wasting space and you'll have more room for the name.

 

Also, I believe it is possible to use visual level filters on all visuals. 

 

However, you could get a similar effect using multiple Matrix visuals, and filter each one to a set of names. The benefits: easier to implement / maintain, uses space more efficiently.

 

Cards vs Tables vs Matrixes.PNG 

Anonymous
Not applicable

@Samrawit21 : I should clarify - cards are better than gauges, unless the gauge provides some additional information.

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