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nerdyplayer
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Is there a visual for tabbing table view?

I have a sharepoint list with multiple line text columns.

 

Right now, my dashboard is ugly. it's 1 giant page full of tables with headers.

I really want to make displaying the information better, and trying to get any inspiration for how to do that.

 

Part of me was wondering if there is a visual where there are tabs to select and display the table within it.

Of course any other ideas would be appreciated too, even when I look at it, I feel i'm looking at the arc of the convient. 

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MNedix
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Yes, there is, but not exactly an out-of-the-box solution. You can use bookmarks and build your own "tabbed cards"

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christinepayton
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Like MNedix suggested, you can do bookmark buttons to show/hide visuals, but my preferred method is to use field parameters to control what columns are in the table. What I'd do is add the key important columns everyone will want directly to the table, then create a field parameter for the remaining columns and add them all to it. Then drop the field parameter into the table visual. Then, the user can check boxes to select which additional columns they want to add to the table according to what they need. You can do this for measures, too.

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christinepayton
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Like MNedix suggested, you can do bookmark buttons to show/hide visuals, but my preferred method is to use field parameters to control what columns are in the table. What I'd do is add the key important columns everyone will want directly to the table, then create a field parameter for the remaining columns and add them all to it. Then drop the field parameter into the table visual. Then, the user can check boxes to select which additional columns they want to add to the table according to what they need. You can do this for measures, too.

MNedix
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Yes, there is, but not exactly an out-of-the-box solution. You can use bookmarks and build your own "tabbed cards"

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