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Stephanie Bruno
Have you ever wanted to know where a column or measure is actually being used in report visuals? Find out easily with the new Power BI Field Finder! Test it out and let me know if it works for you! thanks for testing and feedback
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Marco Russo Aug 30
I implemented the direct PBIX open so you don't have to unzip it in a folder - much easier to use! you can use this for a new version on GitHub - thanks!
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Stephanie Bruno Aug 30
Thank you!! I’ll do that for sure!
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Paul Turley Aug 29
Most impressive, ! I used it with a complex PBIX and found immediate value by discovering what measures and fields were used in different pages and visuals. I especially like how you generated a thumbnail of each report page. Thanks for creating this.
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Stephanie Bruno Aug 29
Thanks so much, ! I'm so happy to hear that it worked for you and, even better, that you found value in it! The thumbnails are my favorite part 😀. And thanks also for teaching me about Power Query functions a couple years ago (with UFO data 🛸).
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StretchArmstrong Aug 28
Nice work. I bet those layout file took a bit of decoding. Not sure if it's possible to incorporate this unzip code to save having to extract the pbix data
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Stephanie Bruno Aug 28
Oh that's fantastic - thanks! also pointed me to this one, which I think is similar: I'll incorporate that in shortly! (yes that layout file is a bear - and then they messed with it this month by adding in the grouping visuals!)
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StretchArmstrong Aug 28
Yeah always tricky decoding someone else's work especially when they change stuff. Had fun with the powerbi visuals site and the trace files.
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Daniel Otykier Aug 28
Whoa! What a creative and amazing way to use PowerQuery and Power BI. So meta!
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Thomas LeBlanc, MVP Aug 28
Nice!!!
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Ferenc Csonka Aug 28
Today a customer asked me to teach him how to find the unnecessary tables, fields, measures, etc. using 3rd party tools. I will definitely show him this useful tool... Thanks.
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Gaston Cruz @Bellevue Aug 28
Such an amazing solution ! That will be a great tool for every project! Thanks for sharing!!!
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dexterz Aug 29
Best tool!! like VertiPaq Analyzer.👍
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Kimberly smith Aug 30
This is great. We are developing a report as a team, I'm doing the data model, another person is doing the visuals. It's awesome to be able to go back and see what measures she's actually using so I can keep the model clean!
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David Eldersveld Aug 28
Replying to @StephTBruno
Fantastic!
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Nate Brunner Aug 28
Excellent! Can't wait to try this out...thanks for this.
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Gregory Petrossian Aug 28
This is awesome!!! Great work
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Calvin Iost Aug 29
Fantastic!
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Bob Gao Aug 29
Nice, will give it a try
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Lazarus Viastikos Sep 7
This is great! Always wanted to understand which visuals are using which measures.
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Guy Johnson Aug 28
Doesn't seem to work
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Stephanie Bruno Aug 28
thanks for checking it out! Could you DM me the error you're getting and some details?
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Guy Johnson Aug 28
I'm not real good with Twitter so I'm not sure how to DM anyone. So never mind.
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Guy Johnson Aug 28
As a follow up the edit parameters is always greyed out
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