Create a Multi-Row Card in Power BI

Power BI Multi-Row Card is useful to display the data in a Group format (or a section-wise). Let me show you how to Create a Multi-Row Card in Power BI with an example.

For this Power BI Multi-Row Card demonstration, we are going to use the SQL Data Source that we created in our previous article. So, Please refer to Connect Power BI to SQL Server article to understand the Data Source in Power BI.

How to Create a Multi-Row Card in Power BI

Drag and Drop the Sales Amount from the Fields section to Canvas automatically create a Column Chart, as shown in the screenshot below.

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Next, let me add the Color field to the Axis field. It creates a column chart that shows the Sales Amount by the product Color.

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Click on the Multi-Row Card under the Visualization section. It automatically converts the Column Chart into a Multi-Row Card. From the screenshot below, you can see the Multi-Row Card that shows the Total Sales Amount grouped by Product Color.

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First, click on the Multi-Row Card under the Visualization section. It creates a Multi-Row Card with dummy data, as shown in the below screenshot.

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Let me drag the Product Color and Sales Amount to Fields section. As you can see, it shows the Multi-Row Card of Product Color and Sales Amount.

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Next, Let me drag one more metric value, i.e., total product cost to the Fields section.

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Let me drag the Tax Amount as well.

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Let me do some quick formatting to this Multi-Row Card

NOTE: I suggest you refer to Format Multi-Row Card article to understand the formatting options.

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