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HS_PDS
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Conditional formatting based off parameter input

Are we able to conditional format a value based off a what-if parameter input. For example I have the following column "Percentage" along with a what-if parameter called "threshold". I want to highlight any row that is less that whats in "threshold". 

 

Example table:

Conditional formatting - threshold param.jpg

 

Is this even possible? I tried to use the format by field value without any luck. Any direction is appreciated.

 

Threshold value.jpg

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parry2k
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@HS_PDS create  a measure for color to check the threshold and then use that measure to highlight for conditional formatting.

 

Below Threshold color = 
IF ( [Your Measure] <= [Threshold Value], "Red" )

 



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parry2k
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Thanks @delidolu 

 

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delidolu
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God bless you @parry2k, I've been dealing with this for a week, thanks to you, I solved it in 1 second.🙏
parry2k
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@HS_PDS create  a measure for color to check the threshold and then use that measure to highlight for conditional formatting.

 

Below Threshold color = 
IF ( [Your Measure] <= [Threshold Value], "Red" )

 



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Learn Power BI and Fabric - subscribe to our YT channel - Click here: @PowerBIHowTo

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Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution. Proud to be a Super User! Appreciate your Kudos 🙂
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Thanks for that wonderful tip!@parry2k 

 

I initially knew that field base values use text, and should have thought of the helper column.

 

Thanks again! Now I need to create a column to count each of teh highlighted values! 😄 

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