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philstubbington Occasional Visitor
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Tracking changes to fields over time - MS Project, etc.

I have a requirement to track changes to fields over time.  So, for example, if I have an estimate for a task in MS Project of 3 days today, the estimate is revised to 2 days tomorrow, and to 5 days a week later I want to be able to show (both in absolute days and percentage) each change.  I also need to calculate the level of churn (i.e. how often the estimate has changed).

 

Is this feasible with Power BI?  Would I need some other mechanism to be able to keep track of the delta over time?

 

 

 

Thanks,

Phil

 

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mwegener Super Contributor
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Re: Tracking changes to fields over time - MS Project, etc.

Hi @philstubbington ,


power bi itself cannot persist the data.

You need some other mechanism to be able to keep track of the delta over time.

 

If I answered your question, please mark my post as solution, this will also help others.

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mwegener Super Contributor
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Re: Tracking changes to fields over time - MS Project, etc.

Hi @philstubbington ,


power bi itself cannot persist the data.

You need some other mechanism to be able to keep track of the delta over time.

 

If I answered your question, please mark my post as solution, this will also help others.

Please give Kudos for support.

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