Drill to a report page
Ability to select/click a row on the table or chart and be able to contextually go to another report , with appropriate filters. This is only useful when we are able to hide the pages in the report and they appear only when something is(row or cell) selected on a table or similar chart.
I’m pleased to say that the September release of Power BI Desktop includes the capability to drill between report pages. More details in the blog post here: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/power-bi-desktop-september-2017-feature-summary/
There are a couple of related ideas that you can vote on if you’d find them useful:
Drill into an SSRS report:
Drill to a transaction details page:
Thanks for your support and votes!
Cross-dashboard navigation with hyperlinks would allow easy and dynamic navigation within PBI. It would be similar to creating reporting apps and therefore it would increase PBI's functionality a lot.
Just I can edit the "data colors" for each item in a visual, I wish to make possible each item to redirect me to a link and/or to a different page inside the report (rather than just click on the bottom tabs), like in Excel.
The visual doesn't necessarily have a single link. Each data item represents a link to a different page.
TJ Doherty commented
We really need the capability to hyperlink move between report pages.
Adam Kruzel commented
This is darn near a must for our business. It's going to be difficult trying to implement Power BI because we have the same need of having one very high level dashboard to view many different metrics, and then allowing the user to click on one of the values and jump to another report for finer details.
Dimitris Moysidis commented
Nice idea. I'm rooting for it
Derrick Han commented
Suppose we have a "Sales" report which includes an overview view/sheet and an AccountProfiling view/sheet. On the overview sheet, there is a table with all accounts and their revenues. Is there any way to link those account names to the AccountProfiling view and automatically apply the filter on the latter to only show the account clicked? For example, clicking "BestBuy" on overview sheet links to AccountProfiling view in the same report, only showing Bestbuy's account information. Clicking "GE" on overview sheet links to AccountProfiling view in the same report, only showing GE's account information. This makes "view/sheet modularization" possible.