Disconnect all visual interactions with one button
In Power BI Desktop every tile has a button to disconnect the visual interaction, but now I have to select every tile each by each and press the disconnect button if I want a completely independent visual. One dedicated button would be nice to "disconnect all visual interactions".
+1 Very usefull
Agree, also I created a template visualization that is disconnected to other, I then copy this one thinking the disconected ones would stick, well, no they don't, copying a visualization does not keep the interactions
Totally agree with this. when you want a visual to be independent of others, you could just set it as non-interactive instead of clicking other visuals one by one and selecting one.
I also agree with this suggestion. By default every new visualization is connected to all others. But there are some times when it's really needed the other way around.
For instance: I've got 20 visual objects in one report and new objects will need only one interaction.
- 1 new visual object => 20 interactions => 19 disconnections
- 2 new visual objects => 40 interactions => 38 disconnections
- 10 new visual objects => 200 interactions => 190 disconnections (my actual case)
... and so on.
As shown it becomes really hard to disconnect them one by one.
Enrico Piccirilli commented
I agree... building dashboards with a lot of viz could be annoying.. everytime you add a new piece you need to check its interactions against all items in the dashboards and then check all other items interactions with it.
some buttons could be added:
1) connect to all / disconnect to all
(this allow the selected viz to apply filters to all/none)
2) make all other viz in page connected to me / make all other viz in page disconnected to me.
(this allow all other vizs to apply or not filters to the selected viz)
this will boost time for preparing the front end