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slepre
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Tips and Tricks: Side by Side independant table view

Hi All,

 

I was requested to put two visualizations of the same table side by side, each controlled by its own independant slicer (in this case a Date) to get to something like this:

 

Side1.jpg

Step 1: Create the first Table and Slicer vizualutions in the usual way.

Side2.jpg

Step 2: Select, Copy and Paste the Slicer and Table 

Side3.jpgSide4.jpg

Note that everything on the page is related, moving one slicer also moves the other one and of course the values in the tables are the same....

 

Step 4: Edit Interactions (Select any visual on the page and Format -> Edit interactions

 

Side6.jpg

Note the new Icons showing for each of the other vizualitations/slicers on the page.

Step 5: De-associate the slicer from un-necessary tables/slicers by clicking on the circle/bar (or associate by clicking the filer).

Side8.jpg

Step 6: Repeat same procedure for second slicer

Side9.jpg

 

Et voila, each slicer will only impact the table immediately below it. The two tables are 'independant' and show different slices of the data.

 

Enjoy,

./Steph

 

 

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v-shex-msft
Community Support
Community Support

HI @slepre,

Thanks for sharing the tips for visualizations of power bi content.
Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@slepre , Seem like you are sharing information.  Request Admin to give you access to the staging blog.  Blog is better place to share

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