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davidwc
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How to see the source of a Scorecard metric

Hey everyone, 

 

We are starting to kick the tires on the PowerBI scorecards and came across a question.

 

For metrics that are connected to data (visual on a report) how do we see what it is current conected to?

 

Is there an easy or slick way of compiling or viewing this information besides clicking on the report icon on the metric? For documentation purposes it would be nice to get this in text form instead of a highlighted visual.

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v-zhouwen-msft
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Hi @aj1973 ,thanks for the quick reply, I'll add to it.

Hi @davidwc ,

Regarding your question, you can also click on metric and view the connected reports in 'Details'. But I think clicking on the report icon is the easiest way to do it.

vzhouwenmsft_0-1711444476692.png

Regarding your other question about getting this content in text form rather than in a highlighted visual form. After my attempts, I can't seem to fulfill your needs. I think you could try exporting the data in the highlighted visual object.

vzhouwenmsft_1-1711444515078.png

 


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Wenbin Zhou
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v-zhouwen-msft
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Hi @aj1973 ,thanks for the quick reply, I'll add to it.

Hi @davidwc ,

Regarding your question, you can also click on metric and view the connected reports in 'Details'. But I think clicking on the report icon is the easiest way to do it.

vzhouwenmsft_0-1711444476692.png

Regarding your other question about getting this content in text form rather than in a highlighted visual form. After my attempts, I can't seem to fulfill your needs. I think you could try exporting the data in the highlighted visual object.

vzhouwenmsft_1-1711444515078.png

 


Best Regards,
Wenbin Zhou
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aj1973
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Hi @davidwc 

Hover on this and it should take you to the report

aj1973_0-1711395552456.png

 

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Hi Amine Jerbi,

 

Is there any way to view this information besides this method? ( I already was aware of this way )

 

Thanks

Davidwc

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