on 7/22/2022 8:30:01 AM
Thanks for all the feedback! Currently, Power BI does not have a security feature for pages; however, using conditional page navigation and RLS, you can create a custom navigation experience that shows different page options for different roles.
Here's an example of this custom navigation experience:
You can start by hiding all pages on your report except the landing page. Then you will create a column that contains the exact names of the pages in report.
Here's an example:
Using Power BI's row-level security feature, you can define the security roles and rules for this column, and then you can add the column to a single-select slicer.
The slicer will only show values in the column based on the security roles and rules that you've applied to this column.
Next, you can create a page navigation button and click the fx button to conditionally format the destination based on the column:
Now the button can navigate the user to the selected page:
Please add this as soon as possible. This is essential.
This is an essential element not optional, otherwise we will have multiple reports with the same models.
Please enable this... and CLS too. This is very important as data security is a top priority in any organisation
this is a huge deficiency in the the tool preventing PBI being a truly enterprise tool
Any update on this? Thanks
It's very useful to create and maintain a single PBIX to support report readers with different roles. I'm looking forward to the feature. Thanks.
Every serious reporting tool has a role-based option to hide a view.
how can it be that this feature has been requested for so long without being implemented?
is this ignorance towards the customer?
Is there any update on this feature?
This so needed!!! This will make lives of a lot of analysts much easier. It eats up an unreasonable amount of time to copy and publish the same report multiple times.
Dear Microsoft team, this idea's been among the most popular ones since 2016, why are you ignoring it so persistantly?
We still need this feature. A example in sales would be that only a manager should see the page relating to margins, while the rest of the team can see all other pages/sections