Elevate the art of possible in Power BI with the new card and slicer visuals

11:00 - 11:45 Neon (80) Back to event schedule

Over the past few months, Microsoft has been actively working on enhancing the capabilities of the built-in card and slicer visualizations in Power BI. A lot has been happening in this area, and you may have already heard about use cases showcasing these new features in action. But how do you go about leveraging these capabilities in your daily work? Where do you start, and what can you achieve without tearing your hair out? In this session, I will guide you through the current functionalities of the new card and slicer visuals. You will see the new features based on real-life examples, which we'll build together during the session. I'll share a number of scenarios in which utilizing the new functionalities is a great idea, but also when it's better to stick to proven and established methods. After this session you will be: - familiar with the current capabilities of the new card and slicer visuals. - able to identify scenarios in which using these functionalities will result in tangible benefits. - equipped with the technical knowledge needed to implement the new card and slicer visuals in your reports literally the next day. It would be great if before attending this session you would have basic experience working with Power BI and have had the opportunity to create various types of filters and cards in your reports.


Greg Strzyminski

Power BI Consultant & Trainer, Senior BI Developer at Kearney

Grzegorz (feel free to call him Greg) is a Senior BI Developer at Kearney Warsaw. He serves as a Power BI technical Team Lead for the Business Intelligence team in Poland. He has proved his lecturing and teaching skills by running Power BI community events as well as internal trainings at Kearney at all levels, ranging in audience size from 5 to 250. Greg has been leading a number of Power BI workshops aimed at experienced professionals, students as well people willing to explore the art of possible in Business Intelligence. He has experience at conveying his knowledge at various levels, ranging from beginner to expert. Greg holds a number of Microsoft Certifications including Power BI - related ones: PL-300, DA-100 and 70-778.