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Changes in the Power BI Desktop December 2022 update
Part two of a three-part series of blogs
This update make slicer formatting much more consistent (a welcome change), and introduces 3 fairly complex new DAX functions (OFFSET, INDEX and WINDOW).
This is SUCH a welcome change. Previously you had to do many slicer formatting tasks through the visual header:
This is what you see now if you try to click on this tiny drop-down arrow.
Now, everything is where it should be (ie in the formatting card of your slicer):
You may also notice that "based on user feedback" Horizontal has been renamed to Tile.
One consequence of these changes is that the slicer header becomes (for the first time) useful:
Previously setting a slicer header meant that you lost access to some formatting options on the visual header of the slicer. No longer!
I still don't think the slicer header has a role, as you can achieve almost exactly the same effect using a visual title, but at least implementing a slicer header doesn't now have negative consequences.
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