By Michele Hart
Friday, January 20, 2017
Dashboards, reports, and datasets are at the heart of Power BI. A report is a multi-perspective view into your data, with visualizations that represent different findings and insights from that data. A report may have a single visualization or pages full of visualizations.
Need help understanding the building blocks that make up Power BI? See Power BI - Basic Concepts.
Power BI can have more than one report-- as you add reports, their titles are added to the list under the Reports heading (see screenshot below). The report you're currently viewing is highlighted. New reports have a yellow asterisk. Only one report can be open at a time.
From the table of contents (on the left side of this browser page), expand Reports to see all the topics related to Power BI reports.
Familiarize yourself with the report editor by Taking a tour.
Modify how your reports display using page display settings.
Do you know the difference between filter, highlight, cross-filter, and cross-highlight? If not, see Filter and highlight data in reports.
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