In this Fabric User Group discussion, Christine Payton ( @bi-ome ) demonstrates the use of field parameters in Power BI to dynamically change elements within a report, consolidate pages to save space, and modify measures displayed for visual indications of variations.
Christine will show you how to set up field parameters in Power BI, and explore the various use cases and interesting applications of these parameters in more detail.
About the Speaker:
Christine Payton, Power Platform Developer
M365 is my jam – my niche is blending aspects of the Power Platform suite (Power BI, Power Automate, Power Apps) with SharePoint. My background is in SharePoint system administration, my more recent years have been in data and BI. I have a design-oriented Power BI YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@bi-ome I like Power BI not just because it’s great at what it does, but because it’s accessible. The desktop app is free, and I feel like this is an unusual equalizer – anyone in the world with a computer can use it to improve their career or change career paths if they are willing to spend the time to learn it. It was made by people who care, from all over the world, and I appreciate what they’ve done with it.
- Follow Christine’s design-oriented Power BI YouTube channel: @bi-ome
- Connect on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christinehpayton/
- Other Field Parameter Resources: @CurbalEN https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vLBnrPyPgc
Special thanks to our sponsor Lexicon Solutions, a full-service Information Technology staffing firm that specializes in contract, contract-to-hire, direct placement, and payroll services. https://lexiconsolutions.com/