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Anonymous
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Where can i store images for image URL?

I have a table that is referencing Microsoft Projwect Online data. Project online stores a number of icons for use in reports, eg red circle, green tick etc.

It has been commented that these are not colour blind safe and i would like to use alternative icons.

For those that have used your own icons that are referenced by an image URL, where do you store these to be easily accessed by reporting?

For info, the current url is created using the following code:-

 

StatusRAGImageCIrcle = 

IF

(

[StatusRAG]="Green"

,[PWA URL] & "/_layouts/15/inc/PWA/images/cf_0p.png"

,IF

(

[StatusRAG]="Amber"

,[PWA URL] & "/_layouts/15/inc/PWA/images/cf_1p.png",

IF

(

[StatusRAG]="Red",

[PWA URL] & "/_layouts/15/inc/PWA/images/cf_2p.png"

,[PWA URL] & "/_layouts/15/inc/PWA/images/cf_55p.png")))
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Anonymous
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 am using images.githubusercontent.com and that seems to work...

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maksromanov2020
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@Anonymous wrote:

I have a table that is referencing Microsoft Projwect Online data. Project online stores a number of icons for use in reports, eg red circle, green tick etc.

It has been commented that these are not colour blind safe and i would like to use alternative icons.

For those that have used your own icons that are referenced by an image URL, where do you store these to be easily accessed by reporting?

For info, the current url is created using the following code:-

 

StatusRAGImageCIrcle = 

IF

(

[StatusRAG]="Green"

,[PWA URL] & "/_layouts/15/inc/PWA/images/cf_0p.png"

,IF

(

[StatusRAG]="Amber"

,[PWA URL] & "/_layouts/15/inc/PWA/images/cf_1p.png",

IF

(

[StatusRAG]="Red",

[PWA URL] & "/_layouts/15/inc/PWA/images/cf_2p.png"

,[PWA URL] & "/_layouts/15/inc/PWA/images/cf_55p.png")))



 

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Anonymous
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 am using images.githubusercontent.com and that seems to work...

Mariusz
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Hi @Anonymous 

 

Just use any website that provides free of charge icons and link directly there.

This is the one I'm using https://www.flaticon.com/ 

 

Best Regards,
Mariusz

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Mariusz Repczynski

 

Anonymous
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Thanks Marius.

As we are using a cloud data set (Microsoft Project Online), once i choose an icon to use, where would you recommend to save these icons as i cant store them with the data.

Hi @Anonymous 

 

Power Bi is using URL to get the icons, every time you refresh the report it will fetch from that Address

 

 

Best Regards,
Mariusz

If this post helps, then please consider Accepting it as the solution.

Please feel free to connect with me.
Mariusz Repczynski


 

Anonymous
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Hi Mariusz, i wish to use a different image and dont know where to store it.

Currently it is getting the icons from the Project Online service and i cannot upload there. There are no other icons in the Project Online service that are suitable. 

Can i embed icons in the report that a switch function can call upon?

If not, where can i store images that the Power BI report can access during an automated refresh?

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