Thank you for your feedback.
We are planning to add this capability as part of other Admin controls changes through API.
For the first phase, we will support the control in the embedded object level (i.e. report/ Dashboard/ Tile)
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This is on our roadmap but we don’t have a specific timeline to share at this point. We’ll update this when we have more details!
Thanks for the feedback and your vocal support about it! This is under discussion, so please keep voting this up and providing the feedback/examples of why this is so important to you and your organization.
Checking with Will Thompson and moving status to backlog
We’re pleased to announce that in the May release of Power BI Desktop you can now define incremental refresh policies for your models.
At present these only apply once the model is published to a Premium workspace in the Power BI service; we’ll be bringing it to all Pro users in the future.
You can read more about it in our blog here: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/power-bi-desktop-may-2018-feature-summary/#incrementalRefresh
We’re going to leave this idea open for now, so please give us your feedback while we’re in this preview phase!
Thanks for all the feedback on this! We are definitely planning on adding Incremental refresh to Pro. Do know though that it is a fair amount of work, so it may be a bit before we can give you a more firm timeline.
In the meantime, keep voting so you’re notified when we do have more information to share!
Thanks for your feedback on this issue – while we’d like to enable this, there is currently no timetable around doing so. There is the option as a workaround the create a paginated view as a drillthrough of the visual and have a formatted version you can export to Excel, but understand this isn’t a solution everyone can take advantage of currently.
We’re looking into this request, thanks for everyone’s votes and comments.
It looks like many of the requests will be addressed by the new ‘Sticky filters’ capability. Now when you log out of Power BI and come back to a report, the same items will be selected as when you left.
For those who’re looking to have a ‘last month’ selection, the relative date slicer might help.
Those with comments about currencies where having multiple selected makes the report meaningless – the report will load with whatever selection the author saved, so if you save it with one currency selected your users will see that by default.
If there are scenarios that these features don’t address, please let us know in your comments – if you are really specific it’ll help us build the feature to work just the way you want!
Thanks again!belvoir commented
To be able to store default values in a table for a user and then use RLS to load their individual preferences would be awesome!belvoir commented
There are broadly two issues in this improvement: setting default slicer values upon opening, and setting dynamic values such as current month.
For the former, it would be great we could set default slicer values as a set of parameters in a separate list in the designer. For true awesomeness, we could apply RLS to the parameters so each user could have their own default settings.
Hi everyone. This is something we’d like to get to in the future but don’t have any plans for at the moment.