Please add the capability to export Report Server PowerBI reports to formats like pdf, word, powerpoint. Some of this functionality exists in the service but please add it to Report Server.2,632 votes
We’d hoped we’d have a good way to bring this functionality to the server – however, after a lengthy evaluation of all the options and required investments, we’re not planning to bring this feature to the server at this time. As a workaround, we suggest using the Export to PDF capabilities in Power BI Desktop for Report Server.
Add Dashboards to Power BI Report Server158 votes
As mentioned on a previous ideas post, we aren’t planning to bring dashboards to Power BI Report Server. These will continue to be a feature found exclusively in the Power BI service.
Be able to create email subscriptions for the PBIX reports in the Report Server2,053 votes
We’d hoped we’d have a good way to bring this functionality to the server – however, similarly to Export to PDF, after a lengthy evaluation of all the options and required investments, we’re not planning to bring this feature to the server at this time.
Power BI should have a Lite License for people that only consume dashboards or reports every now and then. This is for people that don't create reports but need to see the dashboards and may need to use the "report level" to be able to export output to PowerPoint (since you can't export the dashboard to PowerPoint but can only do it at Report level).2,404 votes
With the introduction of Power BI Premium earlier this year, there are now two licensing options for Power BI: Power BI Pro and Power BI Premium. This provides the flexibility to select the model that best meets the needs of individual users and entire organizations – whether that’s equipping users with access to self-service BI, broadening the reach of BI content for users occasionally viewing dashboards and reports, or elevating storage sizes, increasing refresh rates and introducing other performance capabilities based on workload requirements.
The right choice, Pro or Premium, depends on your particular situation. We’ve been listening to your questions on UserVoice, the community, and other forums about what option to choose, and have developed a FAQ on our blog that answers the most common questions. Check it out at https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/power-bi-pro-power-bi-premium-flexibility-to-choose-the-licensing-best-for-you-and-your-organization/.
I think it will be great if report server can support custom R visualization for more data insight!488 votes
Thanks for your feedback – we’re not currently planning to bring R visuals in Power BI reports to Power BI Report Server.
As mentioned in the comments, a workaround to consider is several public blog posts that discuss how you can potentially use R visuals in paginated reports in the product.
It seems unfair that Power BI desktop is updated each month with new and improved visuals but we will have to wait several months longer to have these improvements in Power BI Report Server. For example the new matrix visual is big improvement but those with Report Server will have to wait about 6 months before it is available to them. I'd like Report Server updates in parallel to Desktop updates.642 votes
As stated late last year, we’re now committed to shipping regular updates every 4 months in January, May and September. This frequency is the best balance we’ve found for Enterprise customers between too rapid a cadence and too slow.
Please add support for Power BI Dashboards to Power BI Report Server.765 votes
The team will be investing in the integration of the dashboards and leverage the dashboard platform of Power BI.com as the solution for this scenario
Support ESRI ArcGIS maps in Power BI Report Server.316 votes
Thanks for your feedback – at this time, we’re not planning to add this capability to Power BI Report Server. We understand this will be disappointing to many of you who’ve voted and provided feedback, and this wasn’t a decision made lightly. And of course, you’ll continue to see investments in these capabilities in the Power BI service going forward.
Shared data source connection (live to Tabular SSAS) for reports published on Power BI Report Server
Currently each Power BI report published to the Report Server has its own data source embedded within the report. Any change in the source would require us to change hundreds of published reports individually. Could we have a shared data source/connection similar to SSRS Reports that would help us manage deployment and changes much more efficiently.437 votes
We’re not planning to make this feature available in Power BI Report Server. We are looking at making available an API to allow you to change the data source programatically, however, to make movement between servers easier.
If a specific threshold is exceeded I want to receive a email / message that this is happening on my Dashboard. It would be better if there is a default threshold for this and that a user can set up a specific threshold also.306 votes
We’re not planning to add the Data Alerts feature to Power BI Report Server at this time. As a workaround, consider using programs like Microsoft Flow to notify you around changes in your data.
Support for exporting Power BI report to PowerPoint. The feature is available in Power BI service (Preview).397 votes
We’re not planning to bring this feature to Power BI Report Server for Power BI Reports due Some engineering challenges to bring the current architecture for this in the service to the on-prem server product. You’ll of course continue to have the ability to export to PPT for RDL reports in the server product.
Please add support for Power BI Report Server multiple instances on a single server. Like SQL Server Reporting Services : ability to change name, location, add, remove instance. On a mid/large report server farm, multiple instance helps a lot for progressive patching, ssrs subscription launch on different sql engine, etc.235 votes
Hi all, We aren’t planning to re-implement multi-instance support as we had prior to SSRS 2017. We recommend using virtualization as an alternative, and we’re also looking at possibly adding container support in the future.
This feature would be great. Many of our users are in Mac OS, which means they can't explore the data beyond the charts setup by the BI team, because PowerBI Desktop is not currently supported in Mac OS.80 votes
We aren’t planning to bring Analyze in Excel functionality to Power BI Report Server. As a workaround, consider hosting tabular models in a standalone SSAS instance and connecting to that server from Excel.
Ability to edit the powerbi report in the browser without the need to use the power bi desktop similar to what you can do in the powerbi service. This will allow for an on prem web based self service solution.145 votes
This feature isn’t planned for PBIRS and isn’t on the product backlog. As such, we’re marking this as not planned.
Currently we don't have any options to use Natural Language Queries / Q&A from Power BI Report Server. Please add this fetaure to Power BI Server.44 votes
Thank you all for providing this feedback and voting on this idea. As mentioned in other forums, including at last year’s Ignite conference, Q&A isn’t a feature we plan to bring to the on-prem server product. However, you’ll continue to see updates and enhancements to this functionality in PowerBI.com.
Option to disable the share buttons (Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook and share itself) in the embed code. I am using the embed code to post the report in a sharepoint page with in the company by this would prevent a public sharing.512 votes
Thanks for taking the time to vote and share your feedback on our product.
However, it seems that you are not using the solution that fit your needs.
The ‘Share’ buttons only exists in ‘Publish to Web’ product, which is meant only for public and open content sharing.
In order to embed content into SharePoint, while keeping data secured and manage user permissions,
Please use the ‘Power BI Embedded’ product.
See this article on how to embed content to SharePoint Online using Power BI Embedded-
Add oauth(2) as an option to authenticate for e.g. web.contents.573 votes
This is enabled via Custom Connectors: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-query/startingtodevelopcustomconnectors
If you pin the whole page with slicers to the dashboard you can use these slicers at the dashboard in Power BI web version without opening the report.
However, this functionality (using slicers directly at the dashboard) doesn't work on mobile devices without opening the report.
Please add the functionality of using slicers at the dashboard also for mobile devices.102 votes
Being able to automatically filter a dashboard based on gps position. A location aware dashboard filter.
Say a company has 100 stores divided by 10 regions, each store has a region manager who weekly visits the store to monitor progress. It would be super awesome if the Power BI dashboard automatically slices the dashboard to the location of the store.111 votes
There are plenty details everyone on internet on how to get Power BI report server working, as usual it says a lot, but does not work. I managed to get the report server installed. Here is the catch - do you create a report on PowerBi.com or PowerBI Desktop and connect to live connection (SSAS) ?2 votes
You create your report using Power BI Desktop. To ensure your report is compatible with your report server, you should use the version of Power BI Desktop that matches the version of your report server. For example, if you’re using the June 2017 release of Power BI Report Server, you should use the June 2017 release of Power BI Desktop. If you follow the link from the Power BI Report Server web portal to download Power BI Desktop, it’ll take you to the correct version (currently, https://www.microsoft.com/download/details.aspx?id=55330&e6b34bbe-475b-1abd-2c51-b5034bcdd6d).
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