Hiding visual elements you don’t need to see ๐Ÿ‘€ all the time

When it comes to data visualization, we have to keep in mind the space we have available. Which means that we are limited to a size of a screen. It can be a monitor ๐Ÿ–ฅ, a laptop ๐Ÿ’ป , or a smaller device ๐Ÿ“ฑ

In many cases the way how users access the report is going to drive the number of visuals we can place on a single “report page”.

From my experience, users are hesitant to use a report where they need to adjust the parameters on the first page – let’s call it a filter page. It is mainly because they won’t receive any feedback if the selection that they have applied impacted the report itself.

How can we kill two birds with one stone?

In other words, how can we achieve a clean look and feel for our reports with the flexibility of being able to apply filters within the report pages?

That’s where a slicer or filter panel comes to rescue!

With a combination of carefully set up bookmarks and visual elements, we can create a professional-looking pop-up slicer panel or slicer box.

Check out the video below ๐Ÿ‘‡ to see how it’s done.


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