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Chiu2003 Frequent Visitor
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Split Reports by Sections?

Hi all,

 

I have a Power BI report with 20 pages and showing different information, ie sales, customers and inventory.

 

Right now, my boss found it is very difficult to use and ask to split the report into 3 reports(1 for sales, 1 for customer and 1 for inventory) and he can select anyone from the Power BI service workspace

 

Instead of creating 3 Power BI files, any better idea to do above?

 

Thanks.

 

 

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DaleHohm Regular Visitor
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Re: Split Reports by Sections?

If I understand your scenario properly, I would create a new first tab... in this tab - along with any other context information you want to provide - you put 20 labeled buttons.  Each would activate a bookmark to take you to the individual pages of your report.  You can even make all of the current 20 pages hidden and put a Back button at the top of each one that will take you back to the main page with the buttons.

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Chiu2003 Frequent Visitor
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Re: Split Reports by Sections?

Anyone can help?

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Split Reports by Sections?

Hi @Chiu2003,

 

For you scenario, you could have a try with the feature Query parameter which may meet your requirement.

 

Please have a good look at this blog which introduce the feature in details.

 

If you still need help, please feel free to ask.

 

Best  Regards,

Cherry

Community Support Team _ Cherry Gao
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Chiu2003 Frequent Visitor
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Re: Split Reports by Sections?

Thanks.

 

Is it possible to use Paramater to control which page to show?

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DaleHohm Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Split Reports by Sections?

If I understand your scenario properly, I would create a new first tab... in this tab - along with any other context information you want to provide - you put 20 labeled buttons.  Each would activate a bookmark to take you to the individual pages of your report.  You can even make all of the current 20 pages hidden and put a Back button at the top of each one that will take you back to the main page with the buttons.