Conditional formatting for totals and subtotals
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A top feature request on the Power BI Ideas forum is conditional formatting for totals and subtotals in matrix visualizations. Designers want to be able to apply conditional formatting to totals and subtotals in matrices to highlight the most important characteristics of their data. This new feature will bring Excel-like capabilities to the Power BI matrix visualizations. It will allow report designers to set the scope for all currently available conditional formatting options (background color, font color, data bars, and icons formatted by color scale, rules, and field value) to specify the level of hierarchy to which they would like to apply their formatting.