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Please provide an option to disable insights, because some insights are not logical and we don't want them to be visible to the management
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M

Please provide an option to disable "Get insights" on tenant/capacity level. In our case this cause a cpu overload on our P1 capacity and other repots are not usable for a few minutes.

M

Please allow this option to be configured to be switched off at Tenant and / of Report Level. Our users find it confusing at best and spurious when the generated insights are not relevant.

M

Please add the possibility to disable insights button in header tooltip.

M

Great feature but we need control over what our viewers can and cannot interact with. Whilst some of the workarounds proposed on this page would work from a data perspective, they do not address the fundamental problem of viewers having access to a menu option that either does not work (e.g. with RLS) or admins do not wish their users to interact with.

M

This is a very intrusive feature when trying to present and go over Power BI dashboards on Teams calls. We use dashboards as a center piece for many meetings, and having these pop-ups all the time appears very unprofessional.

M

Need this feature.

M

Desparately needs this capacity. This feature is very cool for developer and analysts. However, in many cases that the end users doesn't understand the raw data very well or there are many definitions and assumption on the fields, the end-users can draw a wrong conclusion based on "Quick Analysis".

M

Another work-around is to hide all tables in the report.

"•Hide or unhide columns in your dataset. Power BI quick insights doesn't search hidden columns. So hide duplicate or unnecessary columns and unhide interesting columns."

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/service-insights-optimize

M

Workaround: Quick Insights isn't supported for datasets with row level security. You could add a RLS role to the report without a filter. This will disable the functionality.

M

It's a perfect example of a clever but ultimately useless product only a data scientist could dream up...