A drop or rise by even a fraction of a percent can significantly impact the performance of large companies. Tracking the change with a basis point rather than a percentage point brings more clarity to the report viewers.
In Zebra BI Tables 6.1 and above you can find this new feature under the formatting pane > Data label. Simply toggle it on and observe the change in the absolute variance. You can rename it, suppress relative variance percentage points, or adjust the number of decimals.
Could it get any better? 🤩
Zebra BI visuals are on a mission to become more interactive and help you save time by moving settings from the formatting pane to the visuals themselves. Since most users benefit from the commenting feature, we first applied the change there.
With Zebra BI Charts 6.2, you will now see a dropdown to adjust different comment settings right next to the comment box. With just one click you can change different comment settings right there and then focus more on analyzing the insights. Like what you read? It gets even better because you can now also change the title settings (font size, family, and color) directly on the visual.
Stay tuned, we’ve got a lot more coming up! 💥
Have you ever been in a situation where you were looking at a dashboard with multiple KPIs and you wished there would be a description for the indicators right there for easier understanding?
Worry no more! With the new Zebra BI Cards feature, report designers can add the KPI description to each indicator. Result? You can facilitate a better and faster understanding of the report and remove any potential misunderstanding.
Just what you want for your reports. 🎯
Tracking yearly balances with revenues and costs is essential for understanding your company’s financial situation. And to do it optimally you need to see the changes between different results immediately.
With Zebra BI Charts, you can now highlight the subtotal differences in a single-measure waterfall chart. The feature is toggled on by default and you can change several settings under ‘Difference highlight’ in the formatting pane. The best part? The arrows are scaled and everything is IBCS-compliant.
All questions answered immediately. 🥇
Matching reports to your company branding is now possible also with the Zebra BI Cards. Simply upload your custom JSON theme to a Power BI report with Zebra BI visuals (Cards, Tables, or Charts) and voila, your dashboard will resemble the look and feel of your company. Pretty neat, right? 🤩
New to custom themes in Power BI? Get your hands on the step-by-step guide and see how visual storytelling can elevate your reports.
Zebra BI Tables 6.2 is not only the fastest custom matrix visual on the market, but it also ensures even greater data visibility. In hierarchical tables with many levels, you can now use the Top N + Others feature also if you have data with 3+ levels.
To access it simply right-click on the category, select Top N, and define the number of rows that should be visible. Main benefit? It will improve the visibility of reports and help your users focus on the categories that have the highest impact.
It’s a win-win situation. 💪
If you're using the AppSource version of Zebra BI (version 4.0.0 or higher), then your Zebra BI Charts & Cards will be updated via Microsoft's AppSource marketplace automatically once processed. Please note that Zebra BI Tables 6.2 is a new visual that you need to import from Microsoft's AppSource manually. Expected release dates according to the Microsoft Power BI team:
If you're using an older (private) version of Zebra BI (e.g. 3.x.x or older), then this is a perfect opportunity to update your Zebra BI! When ready, just shoot us an email at email@example.com and we'll help you migrate to the latest version.
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