Add checking on BLANK for Cadr visual
Add to Card checking on Blank values and setting some custom values e.t. 0
Now we must create special measures with IF(ISBLANK..
But it makes 0-values fields
They need to combine this with this idea
providing option of alternative text when there is no data to show in a chart
Oscar Nieves commented
Someone needs to correct this please.
L Daniels commented
Please fix so that counts of 0 show as "0"
0 is data. (blank) is not!
Please, fix this.
I am in this boat too, please, fix it.
Microsoft please FIX this. It will save a lot of time and effort. Cannot create a measure for every card on every report.
This feature will be great and will save me a lot of time having to create measures for simply showing the count of records. The card i'm using counts the number of rows affected, if i introduce a slicer and no rows are returned for certain combinations it shows (Blank).
Please add this to the next update, this should be OOB functionality.
This seems to be such a basic idea I'm baffled as to why it hasn't been developed
This should be a simple thing for Developers to implement. We should not have to add measures for every instance in every dataset this might occur.
Asmita chauhan commented
I would like to see this much needed feature to be added in next update.
Jamie Mount commented
I agree that this is an issue which needs to be fixed. A custom measure should not have to be created for every card you want to create and not have the actual word "Blank" on the dashboard. I know MS listens to these suggestions, but I've seen this one out here since 2016...seems like your users would really appreciate this functionality.
Please, small change for big result. Thanks.
Brent Pearce commented
please fix. i'm spending way too much effort on every single alert i create...
This should be a standard
functionality.. having to create adhoc measures isn't optimal.. impacts UX
please fix asap
This is urgently needed. Replacing 0 in as default in Tabular measures distorts averages etc. The overhead required to cater for removal of the blank in a particular report is basically to recreate every single measure again, which is crazy.
Eric McGowan commented
This should be a quick easy fix.... please add this functionality