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Conditional Formatting Shapes

Hi Team, 


I am using a series of Oval Shape elements on a Power BI report, however, I have added conditional formatting to the shape to highlight if the condition is met based on the data loaded, and every time I change the filter, the data changes for all of the shapes and not just one.



1. Is there a way to link each shape to a particular condition from the table? Example, for Shape 1 if the cell value is True, Shape Fill = Green, and for Shape 2 if a specific cell value is False, Shape Fill = Red, etc. 

2. If so, how can I do this? I am new to Power BI!


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Hi @KyeWizzy592 
Yes,, you can modify your condition in the way you need:


You can download my example to follow from here:

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


@Ritaf1983 Please see the image below describing the issue. The data is not organized in a table in this instance. 



Ok, then what kind of viz do you use for these circles?

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