Stars Visual

Devin Knight shows off a Power BI custom visual which displays ratings with stars:

  • The Stars visual has the ability to use symbols instead of the star.

  • If you have multiple rows in your dataset then you may need to use a Slicer to toggle back and forth between each record.

I haven’t used the stars visual, but it seems that it’d make intuitive sense, given how many major sites use stars for ratings.

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