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RickRunGood
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Allowing Users To Choose Which Columns In A Table

Hi all,

 

I have a table that has about 10 different columns of data. I would love for the end-user to be able to choose which of those columns actually appear in the table. For example, if they only want to choose three, they could use a checkbox slicer and the data table would "hide" the other columns.

 

I've been able to accomplish something similar with a graph and measures but the table and column specific example is giving me trouble.

 

Any push in the right direction would be awesome!

 

Thanks!

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iceparrot
Advocate II
Advocate II

Maybe people are still searching how to do this: There's a video explaining one workaround: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jeSIRpjv0M 

v-sihou-msft
Employee
Employee

@RickRunGood

 

No, it's not possible. And it's necessary to have this kind of feature. If the end user can also select whatever columns into a Table, there's no differece from the creator of this report. If you make your end users to do this, you can just upload the .pbix file into a shared path and let them edit it.

 

Regards,

Shamatix
Post Partisan
Post Partisan

As far as I know this ain't possible currently sadly, there is 1 work around I know of, but it's a really disgusting one so I won't even suggest it.

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