Tracking LinkedIn and Twitter social media shares in Power BI

How to: Retrieve Twitter & LinkedIn share totals for a list of URLs in Power BI / Power Query / M If you have a Power BI or Power Query report that contains a list of URLs, the following M functions can be used to add the number of times the URL has been shared…

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Adding a Continent Slicer to Power BI Reports

HOW TO: Adding a Continent Slicer to Power BI Reports After building Power BI reports for many customers over the past couple years, one thing is certain – people love maps. Nearly every organization I support operates at a global scale, with offices (or business) spanning the world. I’ve recently starting using this small trick…

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Power BI Desktop – Terms and Definitions

Power BI Desktop – Terms and Definitions The following list of Power BI Desktop terms and definitions are intended to help users better understand the terminology used within the product and referenced in documentation and blogs. As I work on customer sites to teach, develop, and evangelize Power BI, I’ve been asked often for a…

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Comparing Table Styles in Power BI

Tip: Use table styles to improve the look of your table data in Power BI As I continue to work with customers who are new to Power BI, a common pattern I’m noticing is that people aren’t aware of the table style option in the format pane. The following screen shot shows the 9 different…

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Sorting by Month Names in Power BI

How do I sort by month number instead of alphabetically by month name in Power BI? As I continue to work with customers to develop Power BI dashboards, this topic of sorting month columns comes up quite often. There are a few great threads and blog entries with instructions, but the following screenshots and steps…

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Power BI – Using the Treemap Visual with KPI status colors (red, yellow, green)

Using the Treemap Visual with KPI status colors (red, yellow, green) “Is possible to modify the default colors of the Treemap visual to reflect red/yellow/green status based upon a status field value?” This question was asked yesterday in a customer demo, and I didn’t know the answer off the top of my head. As it…

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