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    Agreed and voted!

    I especially agree with the comment from March 30, 2018, about this being the "(o)nly way to make a report page useful in 2 navigation scenario's at the same time".

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    I came here to submit a different idea; but while searching existing ideas (to make sure I don't create a duplicate), I came across this. I agree. Currently for Dataflows, the user can simply right-click on an individual Dataflow; and the resulting menu contains Refresh History. (So the user is able to access the Refresh History in 2-mouse button clicks). Then when the user proceeds and selects this Dataflow Refresh History, it pops up over the same page, and it shows the Date/Time the Refresh was launched and the Duration (hh:mm:ss). Then when done reviewing, the user can simply close this popped up window (1-mouse-button-click), and they are right back on the Workspace Main Page.

    Meanwhile for Dataset Refresh History, a user must right-click and select Settings. This jumps the User to a different page. Then the user must click on Refresh History. (This is 3 mouse-button clicks). Then when the user views the Refresh History, the displayed information is inferior to the way the information is displayed in the Dataflow Refresh History. The user needs to manually/mentally calculate the End-Start Date/Time to determine the Duration (as described by the original poster of this idea above). Finally, the user must Close this window and then do another click to get back to the Workspace Main Page (2-mouse-button clicks).

    In a nutshell, please conform the Dataset Refresh History to be equivalent to the existing Dataflow Refresh History. This will resolve the Idea by the poster above.

    I will possibly be submitting this as a separate Idea.

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    Agreed. Our company has several different Workspaces for different regions (Houston, Calgary, London, Perth, Kuala Lumpur).

    Each contains the same equivalent Dataflows and Entities with the same exact names (eg. Sales, Purchases, etc.).

    When a Refresh fails and we receive the Email notification, it only says the Refresh failed for Sales.

    It would be very helpful to see in the email notification that the Refresh failed for Sales in the Houston Workspace, preferably in the Subject of the Email.

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    There are longer term plans to allow larger exports in that use case, but there isn’t a current timeline as to when that will be available. Customers who have Power BI Premium can set a drill-through to paginated reports via URL parameters as a workaround in the interim, as there is no data export limit for paginated reports.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Randomly discovered this hack to show Totals above the columns in stacked column charts.

    Key points:
    1.) Change the Stacked Column Chart to a Combo Chart (Line and stacked column chart).
    2.) In the Combo Chart, drag the same field that you have under "Column values" so that it is duplicated under "Line values".
    3.) Use Formatting -> Shapes -> Stroke Width to make the line thickness=0 and/or remove the line markers.

    Hope this helps.

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    Randomly discovered this hack to show Totals above the columns in stacked column charts.

    Key points:
    1.) Change the Stacked Column Chart to a Combo Chart (Line and stacked column chart).
    2.) In the Combo Chart, drag the same field that you have under "Column values" so that it is duplicated under "Line values".
    3.) Use Formatting -> Shapes -> Stroke Width to make the line thickness=0 and/or remove the line markers.

    Hope this helps.

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