Hi Peter! There isn't really a way to group up measures into categories when you're using Measure Names/Values. However, you could potentially break this sheet up into several separate sheets and then stitch them together on a dashboard.
Thought so. I tried doing that as well, only problem there is that the date columns don't really line up and it looks a bit messy. I suppose that's my only option though, thanks for replying!
Hi Peter -
I also would've suggested a dashboard - I've done similar and been very happy with how well it lined up by fixing the width of the dashboard element and then dragging the sizing for the first column with your measure names to start at the same position for all worksheets, once lined up I also tend to hide the header for all but the top element to keep it streamlined.
Another option could be to create a line break by creating a calculated measure that results in null values - you could either name the field based on the grouping of the items that will fall below it or if you want a complete blank line just edit the alias to be a space. The calculation is as easy as: sum(NULL).
Hope that one of those options helps!
I did exactly what you suggested first, and it looks alright now. Thanks!