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Advocate III
Advocate III

Stop Cross Highlighting / Filtering at a Page Level

Purpose: Have 100+ visuals on a page that do NOT cross highlight or Filter each other. 

 

Background: I have created 100+ visuals for one page. They are very small and are un-related to one another. Is there a way to say at a page level for them to not cross highlight or filter one another? I know Edit Interaction exists, but this requires me to click one visual and manually set no cross filtering for each visual (i.e. 100+ times). 

 

Can I say, do not cross highlight any visual in this page easily? 

 

 

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Microsoft
Microsoft

@slc7456

 

Currently, there's no easy way to disable current visual cross filtering/highlighting to all other visuals in Power BI Desktop. Please submit a feature request on idea.

 

Regards,

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There is now an option called "Query Reduction" under options that lets you do this

Chuck Sterling

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Microsoft
Microsoft

@slc7456

 

Currently, there's no easy way to disable current visual cross filtering/highlighting to all other visuals in Power BI Desktop. Please submit a feature request on idea.

 

Regards,

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There is now an option called "Query Reduction" under options that lets you do this

Chuck Sterling

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THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!

 

I was just working on a report with 72 graphics, and was scared at the notion of having to manually disable cross filtering 5,184 times.

 

So many thanks to you Chass.

Super User IV
Super User IV

To the best of my knowledge, no. I take it that all of these visuals are generated by a single table or tables that have to be related to one another?


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