Best data visualization tweets
Allow PBI Desktop to show pages as a vertical list (helpful when we get a lot of tooltip reports and drillthrough pages)— Meagan Longoria (@MMarie) December 3, 2020
Set tab order based upon Y,X coordinates so it doesn't default to the order in which the visual was added to the page.— Meagan Longoria (@MMarie) December 3, 2020
Can I hide or show a button or visual based on DAX expression?— Mike Carlo (@Mike_R_Carlo) December 4, 2020
That feature alone would have saved me hours of work.
Break down the UI into detachable floating panels so that we can put multi screen setups to good use.— Olivier Travers (@otravers) December 3, 2020
Seattle is not Dying pic.twitter.com/Tkzzq4L40k— Pushing The Needle (@pushtheneedle) October 11, 2020
I just spent 10 minutes looking for the Orientation setting for an existing Slicer, as I wanted to turn it into the horizontal layout.— Jeff Weir(d) (@InsightsMachine) June 30, 2020
I knew where to find it...it just wasn't showing up. There it isn't on the left. There it is on the right.
I know why. Do you?
Too fussy. pic.twitter.com/Jw7cFuQh4w
Giving users the ability to change visualisation type is a powerful feature I will very likely never use. #PowerBI— Power BI Guy (@PowerBIguy) May 10, 2020
There's a new hub for all our #PowerBI documentation! https://t.co/5Kn7XFvl2D@maggiesMSFT (and others😊) work so hard to make sure you've got the content you need to learn & use PBI, and this is a great new organization around key tasks and roles. Let us know what you think!— Will Thompson (@Will_MI77) March 9, 2020
Every time I mention that I work with both Tableau & Power BI, people always ask me which tool is better.— Munazzah Naeem (@munazzzah) February 15, 2020
So I drew about it.
Here's my "definitive guide" to @tableau and @MSPowerBI.#DataVizhttps://t.co/4JMAZnEVFd