Layouts – Sunset

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)


An amazing info-graphic that really looks sharp.  Download now to give your reports some added pop.

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This is the first layout that has an info-graphic style.  Use this layout when you really want to make your data pop.  Includes, bookmarks and custom navigation methods to make a pretty slick user experience when viewing the report.

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6 reviews for Layouts – Sunset

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Arunraj Nagarajan

    This is Extraordinary! I have two questions/requests here.
    1) Can i get any inputs on how to create this info graphic style templates?
    2) Normally we use spotlight for a single tile right, how could you implement Multiple spotlight at a same time when user selects a tile from left side? Is there any updates needed for this one?

    • Mike Carlo

      Hi, Arunraj, thanks for the positive comments. Not quite sure what you mean by your first question. If your looking to produce your own info graphic style layouts, feel free to download all the info-graphic layouts and discover how they are made. As far as question #2, You can use spotlight to highlight only one item. If you need more than one item highlighted you will need to get creative with bookmarks. Check out the info-graphic for Cool Blue, which uses this more advanced technique.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Diego Salinas

    These layouts will be soon a “must have” for everyone working with Power Bi.. thank you very much for your work!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    Hi, Arunraj. Thank for the great layout. I love it. I have one question about ‘Overview’ bookmark. How does it work? What is it associated with?

    • Mike Carlo

      The overview bookmark simply brings you back to the main page.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Osmand Fernando

    This is amazing. Great feature

  5. Rated 5 out of 5


    Hi Mike, I have watched a handful of the PowerBI tips videos and the latest Power Tricks, Tips and Tools video. I am working off of a report that has already been built and customized to our company. However, I cannot figure out how you have a drop shadow behind your visuals in this template. Aside from rigging it with a shape, is there a feature within the formatting that I am not aware of?

    • Mike Carlo

      The drop shadows are all created with shapes. There is nothing within PowerBI that allows drop shadows.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5


    Thank you for this awesome work. I have a little problem, all my filters are reinitialized when I change pages.

    • Mike Carlo

      you will need to adjust the bookmark properties. In order to disable the filters changing when you open and close the filter window, you’ll need to click on the ellipsis button of the bookmark, then make sure the Data selection is un-checked. This should disable the bookmarks to adjust the filter context.

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