Please consider adding this functionality asap as it will allow us to create and maintain a single report instead of multiple copies of basically the same report. I.e. we can have a single report where corporate management have access to all pages, whereas some pages are hidden for regional and local management for various reasons.
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!
Hi everyone. This is something we’d like to get to in the future but don’t have any plans for at the moment.
Can you send me email so i can connect w/ you w the team?
I urge you to consider implementing this feature asap. Without this we are forced to govern all sorts of non-sustainable workaround solutions even for the most simple scenarios.
Multiple y-axis for Cartesian charts is on our backlog. I don’t have a timeline to share, but please keep voting. I’ll update the idea once we have more information to share.
Please add this feature. Should be fairly easy to implement and it will add a lot of value to many users.
Please add this feature as soon as possible. When dealing with huge datasets, end-user experience may be ruined by deselecting all filters.
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!
+1 to Sreedhar's suggestion:
a) To combine multiple SSAS data sources.
Say, if we are combining from two different Sales (platform, product, area) cubes and present as one single place like dashboard.
b) To combine SSAS and other data sources.
Say, if we have Sales Cube and may want to have SQL (lookup, category) tables i.e., Having a model on top of a Cube data in Power BI.