Anywhere in the table or PivotTable can be clicked. Select Insert > Slicer from the Home tab. Select the check boxes for the fields you want to display in the Insert Slicers dialogue box, then click OK. For each field you select, a slicer will be produced.
Columns and rows are the only places where filters can be applied. Slicers are free-floating devices that can be moved to any location. You can, for example, place a slicer next to your pivot chart or even within the chart area to have the chart contents updated in real time with the touch of a button.
Slicers and filters are both visual elements, thus they have the same flexibility of movement as the other visualisations on the report. This is a huge benefit and a huge disadvantage at the same time.
Slicers for numeric ranges.
Date slicers that are relative.
Slicers of relative time.
Slicers that are responsive and resizable.
Multiple-field hierarchical slicers.
The major distinction between a slicer and a filter in Power BI is that a slicer is an on-canvas, dynamic feature, whereas a filter (in this example, page level) is a hidden, static feature. A filter can also refine an entire report, a single page, or a single graphic on the canvas.
I would suggest Absolute reference in 13:30 for the calculation of percentage
Hafiz Muhammad Talha
kindly share your slides for revision
Sohel Khalid Nadaf
How to get dataset
I am looking for this course in Telugu language, Is there any possibilities in Telugu.
Nitesh kumar gupta
nice course all the video explained very well from scratch to advance
Overall Lectures are good but also provide the practicing spreadsheets for students.