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alicia_pbi
Microsoft Employee
Microsoft Employee

Easy way to move measure

I have created many measures in a query.  I identified that the query is not necessary and the measure can be written in another existing query so I would like to delete the query but first I need to relocate the measures.  

 

Is there an easy way to move a measure from one query to another other than individually copying/pasting the measure string?

 

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Syndicate_Admin
Administrator
Administrator

It is possible to do it!! Go to the "model" tab on the left side

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In that tab you can select the measurements you want to move

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Next to it, in the "properties" tab switch to the table you want to be the measurements

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And that's it 🙂

Of course, the measurement fields should be in the other data set as well, otherwise you will get an error.

Hope I helped 🙂

Anonymous
Not applicable

The latest version of PBI desktop includes a feature in the modeling tool to move measures. It works pretty well, but takes a while if you have a lot of measures. I tested this new feature in desktop, but when I went to connect an existing report to the test dataset, all of the visuals displayed errors saying that the measure can't be found. I thought since measures didn't explicitly reference the table like columns do, that this would not be an issue. Has anyone else tried this?

alicia_pbi
Microsoft Employee
Microsoft Employee

I found the solution and it is oh so easy.  Changed my world haha

 

https://radacad.com/move-measures-to-another-table-in-power-bi

 Click on the measure, go to the "Measure tools" ribbon and change the Home table on the left of the top navigation.

 

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Thank you. You're the only person to post a valid solution!

nandukrishnavs
Super User
Super User

@amitchandak 

 

Use the Tabular Editor tool. https://tabulareditor.com/

Then follow the below steps.

 

Open your pbix file and then open the tabular editor. File ==> Open ==> From DB ==> Local instance

In the below screenshot, I have two tables. Table 1 contains 4 measures. 

table1.JPG

Now I'm going to copy all the measures into Table 2 

For that ctrl+click all the measures

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Then drag into Table 2

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Then click save

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Now go-to Power BI desktop and click the refresh button.

 

Note: Make sure you have backup file before testing this.



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Regards,
Nandu Krishna

amitchandak
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