A toggle button in Power BI is a type of visual that allows users to switch between different views or modes in a report by clicking a button. Toggle buttons can be useful for allowing users to easily explore and analyze data in a Power BI report by switching between different views or filters.
To add a toggle button to a Power BI report, you can use a custom visualization such as the Ultimate Toggle Button, which is available in the Power BI Custom Visuals gallery. Alternatively, you can use a native Power BI feature such as a slicer or a button to create a toggle button.
To use a slicer as a toggle button, you can add a slicer to your report and configure it to show a single value at a time. You can then use the slicer to switch between different views or filters in the report.
To use a button as a toggle button, you can add a button to your report and configure it to trigger a specific action when it is clicked. For example, you can use a button to switch between different visualizations or to apply a specific filter to the report.
Overall, toggle buttons can be a useful way to allow users to easily explore and analyze data in a Power BI report.
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