I’ve been working in PowerBI since 2017 (had to check my files to find that info - my first published report was Jan 2018)
And I thought I had a pretty good handle on what was available at Community.PowerBI.com - but apparently not.
In addition to the discussion forum sections, and Ideas, and the User Groups, there are Galleries.
now, I knew about the Galleries - Themes, Data Stories, R Script…
But there is one I have ignored, because “I don’t need Quick Measures” - I view the Quick Measures similar to the recorder in VBA, good to have, but you almost always need to tweak the code to make it effective.
What I didn’t realize, until watching this Webinar today (which is a great one by the way)
is that the Quick Measures Gallery is VERY poorly named. It should probably be named the DAX Patterns Gallery (I’m guessing it’s not due to some copyright or something)
a couple of examples found in just a quick review of the gallery (which I will be reviewing a LOT over the next few weeks): “The Most Amazing, Mind Blowing Dynamic Slicer Title Measure Ever” by Greg Deckler
Sure, there are numerous dynamic title Quick Measures here in the gallery, but none are truly as mind blowingly dynamic and versatile as this one! This dynamic title measure understands all of the usual dynamic title things like everything selected, nothing selected, etc, but also understands direct and cross filtering context and can be easily modified to support any text formatting as well as display percentages, counts and simple text when picking multiple items.
Or, how about the one titled “SVG Microchart - Harveyball and Harveybox” from Tom Martens that shows how to code Harveyball images to represent percentage values in a table
So far, I have not found any where I could not download the PBIX files - this is great stuff. Happy Browsing!