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Practical Power BI Dashboard Design In 60 Seconds

Practical Power BI Dashboard Design In 60 Seconds

As one of the premier data visualization tools for the enterprise, Microsoft Power BI can become an indispensable tool. However, to make the most of Power BI, you must first consider your audience. Here are a few tips to help you build the best dashboard for your business.

  • Power BI is a dashboard tool to monitor the current state of your data using the included reports. Make sure to avoid unnecessary information – your users may experience information-overload.
  • Dashboards are intended to be used at a glance, your tiles need to be properly organized using the full-screen mode.
  • Try resizing your tiles to prioritize key metrics – larger tiles are naturally seen as more important.
  • Place the most important metric in the top left corner as it will be where viewers will start using the dashboard.

If you need a bit more help designing your dashboard, here are a few books:

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