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Showing icnons in Grid/Table with Description

Hello,

I have 20-30 icons with their description , How can show those icons with description next to each in POWER BI ?

 

i saw an example but it was based on creating different colors icon based on some value.

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Re: Showing icnons in Grid/Table with Description

That link looks like a nice solution.  Local path will not work when published to the service.  You can use a OneDrive or SharePoint to host your images.  And be sure to set the data category: On the Modeling ribbon, for Data category, select Image URL.

HTH,

Smitty

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Re: Showing icnons in Grid/Table with Description

Try the Card Browser in AppSource.

HTH,

Smitty

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Re: Showing icnons in Grid/Table with Description

Hi @usmanrafiq ,

 

It will nice to have some more details on your query.

Some-how you can put description in your data along with icons side-by-side in different columns.

But, yes I need more details to answer further.

 

Thanks,

Pragati





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Helper I
Helper I

Re: Showing icnons in Grid/Table with Description

Thanks , that helped. Its great visual to show images type of data 🙂

 

 

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Helper I

Re: Showing icnons in Grid/Table with Description

Thanks for the reply , I found this URL useful

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/create-reports/power-bi-images-tables

but this retricted to image Web URL 

Can I use local path?

 

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Resolver I

Re: Showing icnons in Grid/Table with Description

That link looks like a nice solution.  Local path will not work when published to the service.  You can use a OneDrive or SharePoint to host your images.  And be sure to set the data category: On the Modeling ribbon, for Data category, select Image URL.

HTH,

Smitty

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