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adrianpro
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Bookmarks to hide images on multiple pages

Hi,

I have crated a report with 3 pages. Each page has a green, yellow or red picture. All 3 pages should have the same image, is it possible to use bookmarks to change this image on all 3 pages at once?

 

Currently i am using the solution of creating 3 different buttons and therefore one button for each page. Is it possible to create one button for all 3 pages so that the user can choose the color?

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Hi YanySASiek,

thanks for zour idea, I changed it a bit and my solution now looks like this without bookmarks:

1. Create a table with 3 colums "Name" "URL" and "Index"  - Index is for sorting.

Name  URL      Index

GrünULR 11
GelbUrl 22
RotUrl 33

2. Change "Url" Data category to "Image-URL"

3. Add a sync slicers with value "Name" on every page of report, where you want to use it.

4. Dispaly table with value "URL".

 

Pro tip:

-You can add a shape to hide a slicer.

-If you are using a sharepoint picture URL use this trick: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EowHdhy-Nio

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Ritaf1983
Super User
Super User

Hi @adrianpro 

If I understood the request correctly, then no, you need a separate bookmark for every option on every separate page.

Because bookmarks don't switch colors/images/visuals etc... they just move the user to the selected object and hide others according to what was modified 

If this post helps, then please consider Accepting it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly

 

YanySASiek
Advocate I
Advocate I

Hi adrianpro,

 

My understanding is that a bookmark is exclusive to a single page and cannot be applied across multiple pages in a Power BI desktop file. One way to potentially get around this (would have to be tested) is to 1) Create a table with two columns: Colour with values Green, Yellow, Red and Image URL with links to each of the corresponding images 2) Add a slicer to the first page of your report allowing only single selection by the user 3) Create a bookmark (e.g., Red) that filters the slicer to (Red) 4) Attach the bookmark to the Red button 5) Add a table visualization with the Image URL column to each of the three pages. 6) When prompted, ensure slicers sync across all pages.

 

If this works correctly, when the user clicks the Red button, the slicer will select Red and the table visualization will show the Red image based on the Image URL column attached to Red.

 

ColourImage URL
GreenURL to Green image
YellowURL to Yellow image
RedURL to Red image

Hi YanySASiek,

thanks for zour idea, I changed it a bit and my solution now looks like this without bookmarks:

1. Create a table with 3 colums "Name" "URL" and "Index"  - Index is for sorting.

Name  URL      Index

GrünULR 11
GelbUrl 22
RotUrl 33

2. Change "Url" Data category to "Image-URL"

3. Add a sync slicers with value "Name" on every page of report, where you want to use it.

4. Dispaly table with value "URL".

 

Pro tip:

-You can add a shape to hide a slicer.

-If you are using a sharepoint picture URL use this trick: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EowHdhy-Nio

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