The Multi-Row Card visual in Power BI allows you to display multiple values from a dataset in a tabular format, allowing you to showcase multiple rows of data in a card-style layout.
This visual is particularly useful when you want to present detailed information for each data item while conserving space on the report page.
Refer similar post- Card visualization in Power BI.
Let’s start with an example:
If you don’t have a sample dataset, you can download from here- SuperStoreUS-2015.xlxs
Step-2: Add a Multi-row card visual from visualization pane.
Step-3: Drag the “Sales” and “Product Category” fields to the Fields section.
Formatting Multi-Row Card-
You can customize the font size, font family, and background colors of the card. Follow these steps:
Select card visual and go to Format section and use below properties:
Callout value: Change the font color, font size etc.
Category labels: Show & hide column name on Card, change font size, font family etc.
Card Title: Enable/ Disable Text on card like (Region name).
Card: In this section you can manage the –
- Title font size, font family and color.
- Accent Bar color and width
- Style: Here you can manage the border style for card visual, outline & background color, and padding.
General: Provide some options-
- Properties: Manage the height and width Position & padding for the card visual.
- Title: In this section you can manage the title, subtitle, divider and spacing for card visual.
- Effects: you can change the card background & Border color. Also you can manage the shadow effect for card visual.
Key features of the Multi-Row Card visual in Power BI include:
- Tabular Display: The visual presents data in rows and columns, resembling a table layout within a card format.
- Multiple Rows: Unlike a single-card visualization, the Multi-Row Card displays multiple rows of data, making it suitable for showing various records.
- Customizable Fields: You can choose which fields to display and customize their formatting.
- Compact Representation: It enables efficient utilization of space on the report page while still providing detailed information.
- Value Formatting: You can adjust the format of data values, such as number formatting or date display.
- Conditional Formatting: Apply conditional formatting to highlight specific data based on rules you define.
You can also refer this- Multi row card selection
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