Thanks everyone for your support and votes! We’re working on enabling commenting for dashboards and reports in the Power BI service soon. Stay tuned.
We plan on bringing hierarchy support to the core visual slicers in Power BI. It’s in the works now!
Definitely useful! Right now it is impossible to tell "where" i am with my analysis.
You can. Double-Click on the tab.
Definitely useful feature. The whole "connect to" is pretty limited for AS tabular. Would be nice to have it the same way, as it is already implemented for SQL sources.
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This is a great suggestion, and something we’ve discussed in the team. If more people think it’s important, please cast a vote and help it get prioritized!
I guess you could merge the request with this one:
Guys, this feature request is useless. The connection string can be changed easily and does not cause any problems. Either you do it via changing the connection string directly or using the "get data / edit source" stuff. I do not see the point in this request.
We will think about enabling this. Won’t “embedding” in a public site via iframe be sufficient?
In my eyes, iFrame would be sufficient. But first of all we need to have the chance to share data to external users not from the own organisation. :)
I think this is quite a strategic decision. i don't see an added value in interaction with the dashboard. But at least it should be updated, but not only kept as a "static screenshot". But navigation on the dashboard does not make sense to me, it would make no difference to the report then.
I think this is already somehow possible with the content packs which have been released this week?
I don't think this would be particularly useful. I would prefer to have good formatting capabilities of table within Power BI.
We’re working on URL parameters for Paginated Reports in Power BI that would enable this scenario for users, and expect it to land soon. We will update the status here once it is released publicly. Thanks!
Yep, the drill-down functionality would be great. The very aggregated visuals are great, but if you want to deep-dive, you need more and more visuals, which makes it hard to observe. Please implement this feature! I agree with "Rafal Lukawiecki", but then at least integrate SSRS directly into a PBI-webserver, so both tools can be used simultaneously and seamless.
Personally I really don't like SSRS, as it feels & looks old and doesn't make fun. :)