In the dashboards we create, there is a need for visualizing the data in different time intervals. (Not a unique need.) I find that the drill up and drill downs suitable for an experienced PowerBI user, but for a novice it is not ideal and too indescript.
Has anyone created a well-received "control" that can govern all the visuals on a page allowing users to more elegantly change time intervals on a dashboard?
Thanks in advance...
@irnm8dn , The information you have provided is not making the problem clear to me. Can you please explain with an example.
You can explore a time table and bucket as a column in that
I am looking for a more visual way to change all of the time dimensions on a single page for the user. For instance a visual cue or icon of some sort, that allows the user to move from Weekly to Monthly to Quarterly to Annually with a single click, and not use the drill up/down functionality. Ideally, I can change all of the visualizations on the page with a single click.
This a UX question, not how to create/model a time dimension.
Sounds to me like a good use case for "Bookmarks".
You can create a separate Bookmark for each Timescale. Then use images or icons as your navigation to access each bookmark.
There a multitude of videos on this subject...I just don't have any links handy.
Good Luck and Best Regards,
I think that's a great idea. I was in a similar headspace.
I will loop up some videos, but if anyone has a visual sample or link it'd be much appreciated.
Hi @irnm8dn ,
Or use a hierarchical slicer?
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I created an image of a "24 hour clock" for myself. Can't recall if I did it in Visio or Powerpoint, but you can use whatever is handy. This links to a page that reports activity in 6 hour segments for each of my facilities.
You can search the net for various "calendar" icons to give you something that would represent week / month / year. Hope this helps!
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