Speed up Power BI development time with filters and parameters
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Apr 26, 2023 12:00 PM

Speed up Power BI development time with filters and parameters

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In this video Mitchell discusses how to speed up development time in Power BI by adding filters, using parameters and taking advantage of query folding.

In this video Mitchell discusses how to speed up development time in Power BI by adding filters, using parameters and taking advantage of query folding. All of this is done inside the Power Query Editor within Power BI Desktop!

Speed up Power BI development time with filters and parameters is a process of optimizing the development process in Power BI. Filters and parameters can be used to reduce the amount of data being imported and processed, as well as to streamline the development process to make the most efficient use of available resources. Filters allow users to filter out unnecessary data from the dataset, while parameters allow users to interact with the data by selecting specific values or ranges. By leveraging filters and parameters, Power BI developers can create quicker and better performance report visualizations. Additionally, filters and parameters can also be used to create dynamic report visuals that can be adapted to different data sets for various scenarios.

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