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04 Jul, 2020

Power BI – Page Navigation Enhancements

Posted on 04 Jul, 2020 by Admin, Posted in Power BI

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Power BI – Page Navigation Enhancements

Introduction

In March, Microsoft released a built-in button action for page navigation, which allowed you to quickly create entire navigation experiences without having to use a single bookmark. Then in the month of May, they have added couple of enhancements to the feature:

  • Conditionally set the navigation destination
  • Support for shapes and images

Features

Conditionally set the navigation destination
    • You can now use conditional formatting to set the navigation destination based on the output of a measure.
    • This can be useful if you want to save on real estate by having a single button to navigate to different pages based on the user’s selection.

    • To create the example shown above, you can start by creating a single-column table that has the names of the navigation destinations:
      • You can start by creating a single-column table that has the names of the navigation destinations.

      • Note that we use exact string match to set the navigation destination, so you will want to double check that the entered values exactly align with your page names.
      • Once you have created this, you can add it on the page as a single select Slicer. Add a button to click for the navigation.

      • Once you add a page navigation button, go to actions, and select
        • Type – Page Navigation
        • Destination – Select the conditional formatting option for the destination.

      • Now, in there you will have to select the name of the column you just created.

      • That’s it, now based on your selection the button can navigate to different pages.
Support for Shapes and Images
    • After the May 2020 update Page navigation action is now also supported for shapes and images, and not just buttons.
    • Here’s an example using one of the built-in shapes:

    • Here’s an example using an image:

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