Row based filter at Page level
Stealing this from Tobias Owen on the Feature Summary Blog
The ability to hide pages is brilliant, thank you! Is it possible to apply Row-Level Security to whole pages so that they can be dynamically hidden for some users but not for others?
Andreas S. commented
This would be very helpful to serve e.g. different communities with the same report (e.g. mgmt / Controlling sees all; Sales only part A and Production only part B)
Chi Truong commented
This is the same suggestion : https://ideas.powerbi.com/forums/265200-power-bi-ideas/suggestions/16059178-page-tab-level-security?tracking_code=8e938ba227194d31336f3860dd08195e
So if you combine vote, this should be a priority.
We really need this feature!
German Henriquez commented
Great Idea¡ I need for my Company
This is a fantastic idea and echoes what I hear from many clients. Currently, we need to maintain 1 dataset and several report structures based on what people in the Org "should" see. A security structure to turn pages on or off based on role would be incredible.
Justin Hylton commented
This is a great idea. This would give us the ability to make certain pages show up for management, but not for the sales people, for example.
The sales team sees the sales data, the management see that and a page meters the sales people themselves.
This is a great idea
Paolo Brusdin commented
Great ideas i think with relation from upn and internal page
I agree that it would be ideal to be able to grant or withhold access to report pages on a user or AD group basis, without necessarily using RLS. Thanks!
That would be great!
Tobias Owen commented
To add to this further, the mechanism for doing this doesn't necessarily have to be RLS. I would like the ability, in the Power BI service, to grant or withhold access to certain pages within my report on a user-by-user (or AD group) basis, in the same way that we can currently manage access at a dashboard or app level.