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Anonymous
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Responsive Slicer not working on PowerBI online

i can't seem to get the slicer to be responsive on my visualisations. i have about 22 values which i want to flow horizontally in 3 columns,, but it doesnt work regardles of how i resize the sliders. Any pointers would be great

 

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v-jiascu-msft
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Hi @Anonymous,

 

Which visual is it?

 

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Dale

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Anonymous
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Hi @v-jiascu-msft

my apologies, i just realised i got the header was wrong. it should have said "slicers" not sliders.

 

I'm not exactly sure what you mean by what visuals i use, but i'm creating a slicer with a bar chart visual. i'm using the online version of Power BI, which i gather does not have all features that the desktop version has.

 

i'm just trying to replicate what was done in this tutorial i found online.  i have alot of items in the slicer, and arranging it in several columns and several rows will help in the way it is visually presented rather that having all the items displayed in one row.

 

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regards

Gotti

Hi @Anonymous,

 

I thought it was a slider show. Did the tables have proper relationships? Seems fine in my test.

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Best Regards,

Dale

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Anonymous
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Thanks @v-jiascu-msft,

 

Your example kind of describes my problem, Assuming you wanted to display the months labels in two rows, as an example you have January to June in the Top row and then July to December in the bottom row. Then you have all the labels showing in one go.

is that possible?

 

 i may just be picky about this and i can work with it either way but i saw it done in the tutorial and i thought i could replicate it.

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