The current method of using "drillthrough" is tedious and not obvious.
I propose a new implementation of drillthrough: single-click. Instead of right-clicking on a row, table or visual and selecting form a context menu, let's have the ability to setup a row, table or visual as a single-click drillthrough.
Jiyu Ch commented
i Also need that
Rajat Saxena commented
single click on visuals to allow drill through would allow new users to use the visuals more effectively. please implement this feature.
Dan Vecchitto commented
Yes! Many of our PowerBI reports require the user to perform a search (via filters), then right click a table and navigate to the "drillthrough" menu. Without training, it's basically impossible for users to find this feature. Normally, nobody ever thinks to right-click on a website. Many of our users have complained about this.
We need the functionality! =)
Agree we need the functionality to make it easier than it is now, very clunky. Also the fact it doesn't work on Dashboards.
double click or single click drill through would make the tool way less clunky
Please, we need this functionality. Drilling through by single left click will be a fantastic opportunity for our.
Like web url into "conditional formatting", I hope you are able to ad also the drill through action like the web url
Heather Gillmore commented
I can see how single-click drillthrough might be tricky to accomplish given that left clicking on a row of data currently invokes a cross-filter or cross-highlight function on other visuals on that page. What if the user could change that behavior by doing the following?
Currently in the options for visual interactions there is the ability to switch between cross filtering and cross highlighting and none. Could the functionality be extended to include a drillthrough option, which invokes a new prompt window to specify the drillthrough page? There is a similar functionality currently when using a tooltip page that displays when you hover over a row, but instead of that pesky tooltip window always covering up data on the page, the user could simply click the row and go to the specified drillthrough page.
Alex Tkach commented
Missed opportunities, especially now that you are branching out into embed options for public facing websites.
agree that this should be implemented as an option. many complaints from users over this & need to add instructions where we are trying to make intuitive
It shouldn't be that hard!!!!
Just add an option to select default left-click action:
- Select/Filter (Exist)
- Drill-Down (Exist)
- Drillthrough (NEEEDED!)
as it is available in tableau, microstrategy, qlik, SSRS and so on...
Yordi Verbeeck commented
How many more votes do you need to make this a priority?
Yes, please make a single click drill through!
Power User commented
Very simple and essential feature request but still no answer !!!
David PROVOST commented
At least, visual header should propose a drill-through icon, beside Drill-up, drill-down, aso...
Drilling-down is a single-path trip, whereas drill-through raises a question : where should I drill through ? Time ? Geo ? market ? This is where choice popup is useful, if more than one target page is eligible.
one click drill through is required. 98% users asking for single click feature.
Shatru Soodan commented
Hi Power Bi Team,
Please make on click feature for drill through.
MAKE THIS A FEATURE PLS!!!111!!11!
This would be very powerful! Please make it a feature
Any progress on this yet please - I think it's absolutely essential for user adoption. Please make sure it's available in PBI Report Server too.
Ideal implementation for me would be the capability to add an action button to a table visual and specify the attribute for the drillthrough action, just as you would currently set the drillthrough via a right click. When the user clicks the action button, the same action would occur.
The current drillthrough functionality is great, but 95% of end users don't find it. I hate spending a load of time and effort creating functionality only to spend even more time having to train users to find it!