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Hi everyone. I’m really excited to say we’ve started work on this, we’re planning to address two common use cases for this. First, having slicers that appear on every page so you can see them as a restatement, but keeping the selected value in sync across all those pages. That way you select once and see all the slicers updated. Secondly, you asked to have the first page in a report contain all the slicers – if that’s what you’re looking for you can set up the same synchronized slicers but hide them where you don’t want them visible (see the new Selection pane launched in October!)
Thanks for your continued support of the suggestion – we’ll keep you updated when we ship the feature.
Wanted to set expectations this isn’t in our short term roadmap. 1/25/2017….This is pretty complicated due to the underlying data dependencies
Is a potential compromise to reduce complexity by expressly stating and assuming (to cut / paste visuals etc) that all data tables / relationships / measures between the two pbix files in question are IDENTICAL ?
This is on the backlog. Stay tuned for updates.
Similar features as are available already in the table relationships view and the supporting dialog within PBI desktop would certainly enhance both the query and measure dependency views. The ability to use such a view to diagnose , troubleshoot and test various measure configurations without resorting to dax studio would be a significant product enhancement.
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A must have !
Great suggestion Nick. We’d love to add more features to the combo chart in the future, so the more people vote on this the higher we will prioritize it. Thanks!
Area / Line / Bar Combination charts similar to those available and configurable in excel instead of the current line / column would be a fantastic addition until the ability to export from power bi back to excel is made available