There are lots of different ways you can filter data in Power BI including:
• Slicers (with various configurations)
• Cross filtering from any visual object
• The filters pane on the right hand side of your report
• Custom visuals designed specifically for filtering
Bron : Excelerator BI
Well, you could of course argue that just because I have starting to using this, it is not best practice, but I have now had so many issues with the below 2 filters which are used all over the standard reports. So I have started using another approach.
Bron : CLAUSL and Dynamics NAV
This video demonstrates the different options for filtering data which are available in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Query Object.
Bron : Microsoft Dynamics (Youtube playlist)
Some of you have noticed that the Chart displayed in “Customer Order – Summary” contained a series label called Series 1.
Bron : Microsoft Dynamics NAV Team Blog
Microsoft Dynamics NAV Classic client has some features which are simply unbeatable when it comes to productivity and speed, one of them being primary-key filtering. When you set a single-value filter on primary key fields in a table, and then insert a new record in the same table, primary key fields are automatically populated with values from the filter.
Bron : Navigate into Succes