ability to show/hide visuals based on conditionals
The idea is to allow specific conditions of data from a visual to impact the visibility of another visual.
For example if data in one visual greater than X, then hide Visual A.
I understand that such functionality would introduce the need to name visuals in PowerBI -- but this is not different than Excel, and would perhaps introduce the ability to manipulate visuals even further.
Stephen Costanzo commented
For me, the value is when i have a donut chart. If it's empty I want a more helpful message. While I could put a card on top of it which doesn't have text unless the chart is empty, it then prevents people from clicking through the card when there is data.
Agreed - this is sorely needed.
For example - I have a toggle I use to add certain figures to a report. They are stored on a Card. I would like to hide them instead of showing $0 when the toggle is off.
Please add Dev team!
This would be very useful. For example, a sales report by region and then by salesperson. The regional sales manager should see a control allowing them to select from a list of salespeople to filter results. The individual sales person doesn't need to see a list with only their name on it.
Very Very Useful feature,,Have Visible property set based on condition
[Deleted User] commented
I think this feature is very useful
Pejman Jamili commented
would be very usefule
Would be very nice!
It's a very basic requirement.please add this feature.
Lynn Gregory commented
We need this desperately!!! Conditional/Dynamic Visibility
Hide/show visuals should also have the ability to depend on the user role / RLS.
Eg. a user assigned to role A is seeing different visuals than a user assigned to role B. To take it a little bit further: ideally this is implemented in the dashboards too.
We have lots of reports where different user groups with interest in different granularities look at a report..team manager => show his team(s) & upper management => show just the totals.
This exists on SSRS, don't know why not in PowerBi.
The Bookmarks are limited to buttons. I want dynamic things like for example if you select more than one day than show one graphic if not show another.
This kind of things is impossible with bookmarks
Jessica Lam commented
Yes!! Definitely need this. Would be very happy if we could also show visuals conditionally, based off slicer selections.
Steven Kienle commented
I would like to combine this with a request to group visualizations, which would make this capability much simpler and powerful.
Salvatore Cagliari commented
A very good request.
I would be happy if I can set a visual (e.g. a card) to be visible or invisible, based on the displayed value.
Angel G. Valdivia H. commented
I think this is an important abilit.
Joel Faltermeier commented
Here is a similar idea with more votes. This one is more specific asking for conditional show/hide vs just dynamic (eg. a button).