Based on certain criteria being met, being able to dynamically hide/show a visual can add more flexibility to the tool. For example, use some kind of slicer to indicate whether a bar chart should be displayed or a table.
Basic feature of any Reporting Tool, we need this it would basically change the way we work.
Conditionally Show or Hide Visual or its elements is the very basic functionality in all the reporting tools and what Users/Clients looks for.
Any Update on this Idea, it was published on 2016. It's been 4+ year, common Power BI Team you can do better Job then making us vote and wait for this Idea.
Very Important Must Have feature in Power BI, please add ASAP, Would be very useful for many developers
Absolutely needs to happen.
Altever Durimbeik Zacché commented
This feature was there in SSRS, I am really surprised how Microsoft has not added this feature in Power BI Yet. Implement this feature in priority as Lots of developers need this. Thanks!
Come on... make this happen.
Please add this option.
Pedro Coelho Silva commented
A must have for proper dashboard/report creation. A lot of visuals only make sense to show when a particular condition happens / a particular level of an hierarchy is selected.
Jon Cebreros commented
If there were options to hide/show a visualization based on a formula, this would be great. SAP BusinessObjects Webi has had this option for about 10 years as well.
Alan Jacobs commented
Qlik has had this for 10+ years. Weve been asking for this for 3+ years ... this is fundamental to building reports.
Samyr Moises commented
In a simple way, I think that if we introduce an visual element field (something like visibility ) that accept a metric that returns TRUE or FALSE, and then, if TRUE, the element wil l be shown, if false, dont.....something like this would be amazing.....
A lot of customers are asking us about it currently ....
Need this option
While most of the BI tools offer this feature, there is no other alternative in Power BI to achieve the scenario without compromising user experience & ease of development. Using bookmarks leads to a cluttered code when you have multiple toggles.
There must be a way to identify each report object based on an ID or a name, which can be referenced to make it hidden/visible.
I am actually surprised to find out that Power BI does not offer this yet. Most awaited improvement!
daksh bhatia commented
Need this feature !!!!
when can we see this feature in market ?
and as other bi tools ..
Power bi should have this feature else not upto the mark !!!!
Dynamically making a visual visible or hidden based on an event, such as selection of a parent table row, is highly desirable especially when data set has left joins with no row data to display
Cray Kuo commented
Please add the feature, thanks