POWER BI video shorts

We have 9 Power BI shorts listed below.

Using Emoji in Power BI Reports

Posted by Sam Lowrie on 07 May 2021

We use Emoji almost everyday, but what about in our reports? This video covers the inclusion of Emoji and ideas how to use them.

5 Reasons to use Power BI Templates

Posted by Sam Lowrie on 06 July 2021

If you have been on one of Sam's courses you will know his love of templates. In this short explore the top 5 reasons why you should love templates to!

Power Query functions

Posted by Sam Lowrie on 14 July 2021

Functions can be incredibly helpful when an action needs to be performed for a list of items. In this example we create a function to scrape data from multiple pages on a website.

Export data using Power Automate

Posted by Sam Lowrie on 26 July 2021

Exporting data via Export on a visual can be cumbersome and limits what can be done with the data. The Power Automate visual lets you create action flows triggered by a button in Power BI. In this video learn how to

Write and present manager comments in Power BI

Posted by Sam Lowrie on 26 July 2021

The built in comments system is great but it doesn't have a huge scope. Using Power Apps we can write, record and present comments in real time.

Dynamic Maximum Y Axis

Posted by Sam Lowrie on 03 August 2021

Sam has been looking forward to this feature for literal years! Finally the Y-axis minimum and maximum can be set based on an expression. Learn how to let the user choose the maximum on the Y-axis but also set the maximum to the highest unfiltered value in the visual.

More report space - Power BI

Posted by Sam Lowrie on 10 August 2021

Power BI is great but sometimes the space can feel like such a limiting factor. In this video learn three different techniques to make the most of the space you have.

Dynamic Y Axis (Swapping KPIs) - Power BI

Posted by Sam Lowrie on 24 August 2021

User can already interact with Power BI visuals, changing filters and drilling between levels within the data. What it doesn't let you do automatically is swap which KPI is displayed. Learn how to do this with a slicer and sneaky measure.

Calculate and ALL (Removing filters with DAX)

Posted by Sam Lowrie on 24 August 2021

Start learning the weird and wonderful ways of DAX with this short tutorial. Add and remove filters using the CALCULATE function with ALL.

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