How to Control The Interactions Of Your Visuals In Power BI

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As you develop your Power BI reports, making sure that your visuals are showcasing the insights you need is very important. The great thing is that this is very easy to do and can make your dashboard really pop and keep your consumers happy.

You have a few options when it comes to your visual interactions, so be open-minded in how you implement these.

I sometimes try to use these to really change the shape of the report. You can actually create mini dashboards within a report page as you turn on or off interactions between certain visuals.

This is a fantastic technique if you want to break down or group your dimensions in certain segments, like regionally or through age groups.

My advice here is to first create the report with the end goal in mind. If an interaction looks far more compelling one way than another then go for that.

One thing that I do suggest though, is that if there are many ways that a certain chart can be filtered, then you will probably want to go for the full filter rather than the slice filter. The slice filter may not actually add value to the insights that you need, so be mindful of that.

Definitely check out the video to learn more about how you can apply your visuals. Good luck.

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