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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.
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This function is important to dynamic report design. The workaround for adding a transparent card overlay works for limited use cases, and only allows for one visual behind the card. The option to display a range of different visuals based on a calculation would enable some very dynamic report builds.

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This can be achieved with the following approach:
1. Add a card visual and make the layer order of the card such that it comes after the visual above which it is placed.
2. In the original visual which is now above the card, add conditional formatting for the background. This conditional formatting should be based on a field value (create a measure that returns the color code).
3. The measure used would be something like below:
Measure =
IF(
,
"#FFFFFF",
"#FFFFFF00"
)

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In Business Objects it is possible to show/hide visuals based on a formula

P

Really important. Workaround of overlaying a card with conditional transparent background is really not workable because it takes focus and you can't interact with the visual underneath it.

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This idea for the same thing (i think) has 1400 votes: https://ideas.powerbi.com/forums/265200-power-bi-ideas/suggestions/14126904-dynamic-visibility

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this functionality should have been available from the very beginning!

P

Would help me and my users SO MUCH. Without this functionality, I have to maintain different versions of reports

P

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.

P

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!

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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.