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When exploring and analyzing data, we may need to add colored icons to help us visually identify patterns and trends. Currently, there are two main ways to add icons.  
1. Icon sets for conditional formatting 
a) built-in icon sets 
b) custom icon sets (json file of theme) 
2. Conditional fields 
a) SVG xml, Img URL, Built-in icon name 
b) Html-code of Unicode characters 


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Scenario: Microsoft 365 usage analytics provides a dashboard in Power BI that offers insights into how users adopt and use Microsoft 365. We can find and use it in Power BI Service apps. But if you still want to get personalized or deeper insights, how will you connect the data model to create a report in Power BI Desktop?


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This is a blog about the Anchor Time in Relative Time Filter and Slicer.


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Since starting to use Power BI I have been advocating the following 'basic' model


However. You can also create reports within Power BI Service. This is mentioned within the certification route for DA 100 Analysing Data with Power BI. Which makes things a little more confusing and I have been asked on lots of occasions. "If you can do everything in Service, what is the point of using Desktop?"

This post will hopefully answer that question.


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