PowerBI reports can be filtered in a similar way as traditional Pivot or PowerPivot reports. Since one report is usually consisted of several visuals (tables, charts, cards, slicers) you could adjust a way that selected visual filters all other within a report that share same dataset. Also, you could filter a whole dataset by applying basic, advanced or Top n filters, which will be subject of a text that follows.
Workspace, as its name says, is used for the integration of data, reports and dashboards that is used in your daily work. The default workspace is called My Workspace and everything you create (datasets, reports, dashboards) is kept on this site, unless otherwise is specified. This post is word about how to create custom workspaces and use them to share content with other users. This functionality is enabled only in PowerBI Pro version.
Drilldown is a term that describes obtaining additional details of a report based on the selected reporting dimension. If you are an experienced Pivot table user you are most certainly aware of the technique. This operation can be also carried out over reports created within PowerBI Desktop environment. In text that follows, I will show you how to perform drilldown.
Right below the menu with visualization tools there is a set of three icons that allows us to enter one of the three menus that will be shown at the bottom of this panel. They are called Fields, Formats, and Analytics. First shows all the fields that affect appearance of a visual, second has options for its formatting and the third contains functionalities by which we can improve the chart: trend line, constant, minimum, maximum, average and forecast …
Various visuals, whether they are tables, cards or charts, have different fields that can be used to adjust their look within the report. We perform this action by dragging dimensions and measures to these fields. In this “recipe” you will be shown usage of fields, depending of common visuals, and how to use them to form quality reports.