How do I show more than one data element in a card

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Hi,

I have a sales data table for which I need to show a report.

I need to show "Gross Sales" and "% Variance to Budget" in a single card.

The problem is I am not able to show them in one single visualization card. How do I do this?
Jun 13, 2019 in Power BI by Phalguni
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Hi,

In order to show more than one data element in a card you can create a measure and append total sales and % variance.

For eg. TS=Function tp calculate total sales

             "-" & Function to calculate the % variance

Hope This Helps!!
answered Jun 14, 2019 by EdurekaUser
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