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When you develop complex data models and reports, it's common to switch frequently back and forth between the Report, Data and Model views.

Having support for multiple monitors would enable to Power BI developers to use secondary (or third) monitor to simultaneously and seamlessly work across these views.
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Agreed, in addition would be great to be able to see various side panes (Visualizations, Fields, Bookmarks, etc) in a secondary monitor. This would allow users to keep the main Report pane at full screen. Could be accomplished by allowing popping out of panes.

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I have already researched a lot on this and share a guide on https://mesheble.com/ but I faced lot of issues while implementing it.

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I often have this need and my work around is to save another copy of the PBIX file and then open that up on the second monitor. Not very efficient.

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I wish I had enough money for a third monitor, and now there is no money for my rent because of the situation in the world.

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A simple thing like being able to move the dax editor panel to a second monitor would be time-saving.

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Yes, I agree with you. However, if things can be written in a different window it would be awesome, when every I work like this I face a lot of problems.https://www.ritecoupons.com/

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I submitted the same idea 4 years ago!

https://ideas.powerbi.com/forums/265200-power-bi-ideas/suggestions/13428051-multiple-windows

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Yes, I think many will agree including myself. In fact, if measures can be written in a separate window would be great, because it tends to obstruct the main working window view.