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RIght now, on powerbi.com, there is no ability to organize reports, dashboards, etc into folders. If you have a lot of content or users, this gets messy quickly.

Please add the ability to organize into folders (and secure those folders separately)
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Planned

Update 10/17: This is now in our upcoming roadmap and we will share more details in the coming months. Mo

March 2022 Update: This is in our plans, no timeline as of yet but we are working on it

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this has been 'in your plan' for years now... when are you going to make it happen?!? this is consistently the Achille's heal for powerbi... you need to allow a workspace to be set up like File Manager with different security/access per subfolder

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Using Power BI in a large organization is like a disaster with reports, data sources, apps scattered everywhere.

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This feature has been requested for so long - many years. Really, why hasn't this been implemented? I can't think of a feature that would provide more bang for the buck in terms of user satisfaction.

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We have mature deployments of Tableau and MicroStrategy and have recently started using Power BI. This is a feature that your competitors have and it's absence is making adoption of Power BI difficult.

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Any idea when this task can be prioritized? This would is a base for any reporting tool and when you compare PowerBI with Tableau, this is a basic feature that is lacking.



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Hi!

It´s very important, Please consider prioritizing this idea

Thanks

Camila R.

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I'd love to see this prioritized in the next update release. A good folder structure is v important for creators and customers!

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this is very much indeed feature. please update when we can expect this to be available

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Hi - Is there an update on the timeline for this? This is really important for us to be able to effectively structure our workspaces.

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This seems to be such a basic and low-hanging fruit feature! Can't believe we don't have it! We are (attempting to) roll out Power BI in an enterprise fashion but can't manage the reports. I don't think cross linking reports into applications or proliferating workspaces are acceptable replacements for basic management and organization of reports.