Showing Dataset Parameters In Power BI Reports

Wolfgang Strasser shows how to display the parameters selected for a Power BI report on the report itself:

Dataset Parameters are a way to bring some sort of dynamic into your Power Query datamodelling in Power BI. For my blog post about  Modifying Parameter values in powerbi.com  I was looking for a way to display the value of a parameter inside a Power BI report.

In this blog post I would like to show you the steps that are required to bring your parameters to your field list  – and as a consequence – into your Power BI report.

Read on to see how to do this.

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