Download Reports to a .pbix file
Have the ability to download Reports from the service to a local .pbix file that can be modified in the designer application.
Updating for Kim as this was shipped in October
Sarah Woolley commented
Really need to be able to get the changes made online onto the desktop app. This would very much aid better use of this tool.
100% needed facility... I made all the changes online and wanted to download a local copy but couldn't do that... ugghhh.... Please help us here..
Paula Venter commented
Would be a great addition to Power BI if we can download Reports/Dashboards to pbix.
Paul C commented
Round trip capability between PowerBI.com and a desktop app PBIX file would be very valuable
Soheil Bakhshi commented
It would be a good idea if we can download the reports from Power BI website as a pbix file in our local machines.
The Dynamics Online Connector is a great start. However, with the inability to modify the .pbix file to include custom entities it is worthless. Please provide the .pbix file so users can customize to meet their needs.
Julie Koesmarno commented
Very much needed because this is a way of backing up the report design and configuration. Charts can get removed because users no longer have access to the data source, and there is no backup / source control mechanism.
This is a critical need. If you inherit a project and don't have the PBIX file, being able to export it from the PowerBI site is a must.
Suman Bhagavathula commented
I am also looking for the ability to download Dashboards/Reports authored in the PBI web to a local .pibx file that can be modified in the PBI desktop
Our business users wants to download data from Power BI Preview Reports.
Could you please enable option?
Vikas Pulpa commented
I also wanted the ability to download it as an excel file if we created the reports using excel
Douglas Morrow commented
is it possible to run incremental data into specific cells transitioning with a hot key and call it a cell library like a drop down but the quantity is never set but rather keeps changing to show comparative results (long arrays).
Additionally, create the ability to have sub cells below a cell for added functions, this could make the total number of rows and cells much smaller but just as powerful.
I have other suggestions
Yes, when will we get PBIX? (and what is it? :-)
Marco Russo (test account) commented
It should be possible to export a data model in a local PBIX file