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Is there a way to apply colors to multiple visuals based on a value?

I have a report that has multiple visuals that diplay various performance metrics of 32 bit machines vs 64 bit machines. There is a specific column called "Bit Type" that I put in the axis to compare the two.


I want to mess around with different color schemes, but don't want to go into each visual to change the data colors. Is there a way to assign a data color to a value across multiplt visuals? I know conditional formatting is done at the visual level and JSON themes don't allow you to assign colors to specific.


Is there any other way to say "make every visual with a 'Bit Type' of 32 bit blue and 64 bit yellow?

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Hi @Anonymous,


Based on my test, it is not possbile to meet your requirement currently. You can come up a new idea about that and add your comments there to improve Power BI and make this feature coming sooner.





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If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the others find it more quickly.

Set one visual the way you want and then use Format Painter to copy the formatting to additional visuals.

This worked wonderfully on the Bar chart and the Tree chart!  Saved me a lot of time.  Unfortunately it doesn't work on the Quadrant chart by MAQ.  But I'll take 2 out of 3!

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