Power BI Alerts

Nicolo Grando shows how to create an alert in Power BI when a measure reaches a certain mark:

Set alerts to notify you when data in your dashboards changes beyond limits you set. Alerts work for numeric tiles featuring cards and gauges. Only you can see the alerts you set, even if you share your dashboard. Data alerts are fully synchronized across platforms.

How to do it?

That’s useful for turning Power BI dashboards into partial alerting systems.

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