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tbwalkeriii
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Creating custom Kanban view with wrapping columns

I recently created a PowerShell script that, when launched by the user, connectos to a sharepoint folder to get data from two different Excel spreadsheets, merges the data based on a key field, then loops through the data to draw the below attached 1920x1080 image with all of the information laid out in a kanban style, then it uploads to an internal web server at our company where the image is displayed in a webpage to multiple screen running AirTame devices that allow the screens to display web pages.  My bosses at corporate want all electronic whiteboards at all company sites controlled and managed by Power BI, but I haven't seen anyone design a layout or template that displays data in Power Bi anything like the image below.  Does anyone have any suggestions on the direction I need to take to start redesigning the below layout in Power Bi?  Is it even possible?

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.
production_whiteboard.jpg

 

 

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lbendlin
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No.  I would push back hard on that requirement.  While there are some improvements recently (Visual Calculations allow for wraparound addressing) there is no way to recreate your solution as is in Power BI. Would have to be at least three different visuals / dashboard tiles. and even then you'd need some SVG wizardry to recreate the cell structures.   No, really no.

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lbendlin
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No.  I would push back hard on that requirement.  While there are some improvements recently (Visual Calculations allow for wraparound addressing) there is no way to recreate your solution as is in Power BI. Would have to be at least three different visuals / dashboard tiles. and even then you'd need some SVG wizardry to recreate the cell structures.   No, really no.

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