Using Bookmarks for Power BI Filters

Marc Lelijveld continues a series on storytelling with Power BI:

As said, being dynamic is a broad concept. Lets use the above shown example. As a report author, we can define that the end-user should be looking at an top 10 ranking of countries (right side of the report). Since the difference between number 9 and 10 in the ranking is so small, you might want to know what the difference is to number 11. Now, we can’t see that. We need to change the filter context to see the rest of the ranking.

Click through for a step by step example of what to do.

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