Below you find the most frequently asked questions about our visuals. If you want to learn how to use the visuals, visit the Knowledge Base


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General FAQ

How can I import the visuals into Power BI Desktop?

Our visuals can be imported from the Microsoft AppSource. To do this, click on More visuals > From AppSource in the Power BI Desktop menu. After that, enter the name of the visual in the search field and click Add to install it.

Import HTML Text Styler from AppSource

My free version has expired, what should I do?

You can get a PRO license from here. Are you still not sure whether a purchase is worthwhile because a desired option is missing? Get in touch with us to clarify whether we can fulfill your request in an upcoming update.

Where can I enter the license key?

The license key needs to be added in the format settings of the visual as shown in the screenshot. 

An even easier way to add the license key is described in the next question.

Do I have to enter the license key every time I insert the visual?

No, that's not necessary. Fill out the form on this page and you will receive an email which includes a Power BI JSON Theme file with your license key. Once you have imported this theme, the PRO features are automatically activated.

My question has not yet been answered, what can I do?

Simply get in touch with our support or book a completely free demo session just for you. Click here to book a demo

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HTML Text Styler

Why should I use the HTML Text Styler Visual

The HTML Text Styler is an extremely versatile visual. You can not only create dynamic text which is dynamically formatted but you can also design KPI cards, embed videos or animated GIF files or any other HTML element. 

Make sure to look at this page where you can see a sample report in action.

Using the HTML Text Styler visual will improve the readability of your reports tremendously which will then lead to better business decisions. 

Which formatting options are possible?

There are countless different formats in HTML. Therefore we cannot provide a complete list. However, we can assure you that the most important and most common formats are possible.

In the Knowledge Base we show you how to work with different formatting options.

Take a look at this demo report to see a few examples: Demo report

How can I convert my text to HTML?

There are several ways to convert text to HTML. One option is to use an online tool for this. A search for "word to html" returns a list of online converters.

Another option is the use of Microsoft PowerApps. Contact us and we will show you, how the PowerApp we developed works.

How can I change the format of the text?

In general, there are 2 ways you can format text.

  1. If you are using the PRO version of the visual, you can change it in the format settings of the visual. In the screenshot below you can see the format settings which you can change. Of course, on top of this, you can change any kind of format with HTML code.
  2. You can use HTML to add formatting and this is really what makes this visual so powerful! Take a look at the Knowledge Base to learn how you can do this.

Note that HTML code will gain precedence over the settings you apply to the visual.

Can I use DAX to dynamically change the text?

Of course! For maximum flexibility, DAX measures can also be used.

To create fully dynamic text which is also dynamically formatted, you can combine DAX with HTML. This might sound difficult but actually it isn't, take a look at the Knowledge Base to learn how to do it.

And if you still have questions after looking at the Knowledge Base, just get in touch with us, we're happy to help you out. 

Are there any sample reports that I can download as PBIX files?

Yes, absolutely. You can download a sample report from here. Make sure to look at the DAX code in the measures, this is where we added some explanations which show you how this report does its magic.

I used to use the HTML Text Viewer visual which is no longer available. Is this a good replacement?

Absolutely, yes! The HTML Viewer was a popular visual but it was also lacking one important feature. It couldn't handle measures. This is one of the big advantages of the HTML Text Styler over the HTML Viewer so yes, this visual can definitely replace the other one and can do even more.

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