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Changes introduced in the March 2023 Power BI Update
Part two of a five-part series of blogs
This month's update is impressive - including visual subtitles, a button action to clear and apply slicers and a new PowerPoint story-telling feature - but it's the on-object interaction in preview which will truly change your life.
There are several new options for visual titles!
You can now add a subtitle and a divider to a title and change the spacing for the various title components, as explained below.
The new Subtitle card allows you to specify an additional row in your visual's title:
You can change the same things as for a title ... almost (for some reason you can't have a subtitle background colour which is different from your title background colour).
Here's an example of a subtitle:
You can use a subtitle to add additional information about the visual.
A divider line separates a visual's title from the rest of the chart:
If you unset Ignore padding, your divider line will not quite stretch to the edges of your visual. The rest of the options are pretty self-explanatory!
Here's what the above dividing line would look like:
The dividing line is the horizontal red line separating the title/subtitle from the rest of the visual.
Finally, here's what the Spacing formatting card looks like:
You can control three vertical distances.
Here's what each of the properties changes:
Strangely, you don't seem to be able to increase any of the spacings above 10 pixels.
A welcome new change, although some of the restrictions mentioned above seem a bit arbitrary.
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