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Anonymous
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Is there a search-input-function in BI?

In my data set, I have approx 100k products, but is there function who make it more easier to search for a certain product in a slicer? like filter or something that I can have in my deskop? (it works good in data section of course) but not in in deskop 😕

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jitterbug777
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@Greg_Deckler 

 

Does anyone know if these 2 text filter plugins For power BI, work on power BI Service?

  • Text Filter by Microsoft
  • Smart Filter by OkViz


And if familiar with the SERVICE do plugins work on there or just in BI Desktop?

 

i`m also concerned that some companies and corporations wont accept plugins anyway.

 

I just wanted a search box on a page, that did a specific Field Item search (like a product) and changed the visuals on that page according to whats in the search box.

The slicer has a search function, but its not intuitive for an end user to know it is there (in editing view).

 

Creating a matrix one can isolate products individually and affect page filters, but if there are 10-100k elements (field items) in the matrix a search box would be better for me or end users who know what they are searching for.

 

The 2 available filter addons also only search for one word, not two like "this AND that", or "Bill Murray"

And they require a matrix anyway to show results, which I wont always want.

 

 

 

 

Icey
Community Support
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Just try this:

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Best Regards,

Icey

 

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amitchandak
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Anonymous
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@amitchandak thank you for the link, but I don't think I have it?

 

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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

They are present in the appsource and you will have to import them:

1. Click on 3 dots(Get More Visuals) in visualization pane

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2. Click on "Get more visuals"

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3. Search the visualization name, press enter and click on Add

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4. Click on Ok if any pop-up occurs and you will have the visualization available.

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Same process goes for importing any the other visualisation as well

 

Give a thumbs up if this post helped you in any way and mark this post as solution if it solved your query !!!

Anonymous
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Is there another way to do this?? beaucse I can't upload it to my server....... confidential stuff 

Anonymous
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You can't maybe use some DAX for that?(thinking of some sort of simular python code or such...?)

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