Aug 26, 2022 12:00 AM

Slicers vs. Slicer Pane vs. Filter Pane! Which is faster?

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You have different options in Power BI when it comes to slicers and filters.

Just put the slicer on the report, use a slicer panel or have them in the filter pane. But which one is faster??? Patrick explores a few scenarios to think about!

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