Last week, I hosted my Power BI Boot Camp here in Dallas. The folks that attended were seriously one of the best crowds I’ve met. Lots of great discussion about the new era of Power BI and data science. I even learned a few new tips from some of the attendees.
Here’s a quick tip I didn’t know.
A young fella named King taught us how to lock the positioning of slicers so users can’t accidently move them around. If you right-click your slicer and
select Slicer Size and Properties, you’ll see the Position and Layout section. Expanding this section will reveal a checkbox called ‘Disable resizing and moving’.
Placing a check here essentially locks your slicer into place.
Users can select items in the slicer, but won’t be able to move or resize it.
How have I never seen this setting?
Excellent tip King – Thanks!