The Narratives for Power BI extension allows you to customize your narrative with a variety of options. We will explore how to use those customizations in this section.
Go to the Narrative section in the Format tab. Here you can set whether the values you are evaluating are continuous, discrete, or part of a whole. If you are working with a series of non-discrete values, this setting allows you to tell the extension you do not want a narrative that includes time series analysis. If your values are measured over a period of months, you can use this setting to tell the extension you want time series analysis performed. Finally, if the narrative corresponds to component values, choose the percent of whole option.
You can customize how detailed and lengthy your narrative is (aka Verbosity). This option can be found in the Narrative section of the Format tab. There is a dropdown menu that lets you set the verbosity as High,
By default, the narrative will appear in a paragraph, but you can choose the format. This option can be found in the Narrative section of the Format tab. There is a dropdown menu that lets you choose between presenting the narrative as a paragraph or in a bullet list.
When you choose Bullet List, the narrative format will change.
The Narratives for Power BI extension allows you to change the font size of your narrative, making sure that the content scales to meet your display needs. This option can be found in the Narrative section of the Format tab. The slider lets you set the font size between 8 and 40pt.