Conditional Formatting In Power BI

Teo Lachev walks us through conditional formatting in Power BI:

If you have used SSRS, you know that paginated reports are very customizable, and you can make almost any property expression-based. Power BI is yet to deliver expression-based properties to change settings based on runtime condition, such as to change the font style based on the actual value or user selection. Currently, there are two places where you can use a DAX measure for expression-based formatting of colors:

Click through to see those two places. I think I’d like to see conditional formatting be a bit easier than that.

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