It’s been a long time coming, but we’re working on enabling filters again soon! Stay tuned to the monthly updates for news on when this gets released.
Thanks for voting, and for beign patient while we worked through to this item!
Power BI Embedded needs better printing / exporting options like in the service which supports RLS. Also would be useful to have the option to print full visualisations like tables even if they need to be scrolled on the page (print long table)
We are working to fully support sync slicers in the custom visuals platform.
The only supported case (for now) is when custom viz slicer is using one data field. it is a limitation and we are working on it.
Any update on this please?
Any ETA on this?
any update on this?
An update on this to set expectations would be appreciated
having a dax expression for column, axis and chart titles would be a huge win for our customers. The problem is when using a SWITCH statement to change a measure for a chart or table I really need the column header / chart axis to change too. There are work-arounds using cards but you lose then when going in to focus mode
to use direct query and composite models effectively I need this feature to pass the user to the database
We recently announced the ability to schedule PDF attachments for Paginated Reports in Power BI (https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/e-mail-subscriptions-for-paginated-reports-is-now-available/).
We’re planning to have this ability for Power BI reports as well, but it will take time to put that feature in place.
For folks asking about the ability to print/export the entire table of data to PDF or other format, we’ll be announcing shortly the ability to publish paginated reports using Power BI datasets, which would allow folks to create simple paginated report tables to use for this scenario, as it’s not currently possible to do this with Power BI reports natively at this time.
Please can you make this work for a report with row level security (rls)
For an enterprise solution this is a big missing feature