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Anonymous
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Problems with Displaying Icons Using Conditional Formatting

Hi, community! Good morning.

I'm currently experiencing an issue. I have a straightforward measure that should display icons according to the team's ranking. However, when I attempt to apply this measure using conditional formatting, the icons do not appear.

 

Result:

 

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The measure:

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I have also tried using different icons, such as ●, but I'm encountering the same problem, as shown in the first image.

Thank you for your assistance!

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Dhairya
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Hey @Anonymous 
please refer below video, in which they have given a detailed explanation for conditional formatting using custom icons.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDJQrmBs4Iw

If it help you please mark my solution as accepted!

Anonymous
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Hi Dhairya, thank you for your response.

Unfortunately, the information provided didn't offer much assistance. I was already familiar with how to add customized icons to Power BI, and that is not the issue at hand. The problem I'm facing is that Power BI is not displaying the built-in icons (Windows key + .). This problem started occurring suddenly, as I used to rely on this method for conditional formatting, but it is no longer functioning.


Best regards.

This Can be an issue on power bi updates, have you tried another way for conditional formatting using rules instead of measures?

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