The current bookmarking feature requires report creators to define bookmarks. Ideally, users would be able to save personalized bookmarks (similar to web browser) in addition to the author's pre-defined bookmarks.
For example, I might have a project management report or sales by stores. Each user of the report may have their own set of projects or stores that they want to quickly navigate between. These are relevant to the current users and not other users of the reports.
Thank you for all for being patient. I’m excited to announce that we’re bringing personal bookmarks to all reports in the Power BI service. It’s started to roll out today – check out my blog for more details: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/announcing-personal-bookmarks-in-the-power-bi-service/
Bookmark feature is nice, but it seems to only for one page. If there are multiple pages in a report where the user would like to save the filters throughout the report, they would have to set up multiple bookmarks.
What would be nice is that they can set the filters on all pages in the report and save it as a single bookmark.
It would make Power BI so much more flexible for the users, if this will be implemented.
This is really an important feature! Personalized bookmarks are essential! Otherwise they are only good for storytelling (if everyone's story is the same...)
I second this motion. Our users liked the ability in Tableau to filter a dashboard how they wanted and then save that view. I was hoping the feature would have the capability for end users to create their own bookmarks as it is one of their biggest complaints about Power BI.