David D'Angona

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    David D'Angona commented  · 

    This is a must have in our organization. We have to create these manually, either in Excel or PowerPoint. That's a laborious process!

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    David D'Angona commented  · 

    This irtem may be a duplicate as I noticed that this feature is already available.

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    David D'Angona commented  · 

    Out of the box hierarchy is YYYY, MMMM, Q & DD. This seems to be adequate.

    What is lacking is the ability to change the format of those items. MMMM is problematic in both chart and tabular visualizations. In charts the month name is ofter truncated. In table it causes column widths to be inconsistent. If we had the ability to change the format of those se items it would provide a better end user experience. For example, I would change Month format to MMM to give a consistent length. I can also foresee the need to modify Year to be shorter, in YY format when page real estate is at a premium.

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    David D'Angona commented  · 

    Use Case:
    Date field is a fiscal period. It may either be MM/01/yyyy or the end of the month. In this case the day is completely irrelevant. What is important from that date is MM & yy. There is only one option for formatting a date with only month & year, "MMMM yy," and it is suboptimal. That format is problematic because when shown in visualizations it is can either be truncated, as in charts, or gives varying column widths in tables.
    The better options for this type of date are MMM yy, MM/yy, MM-yyyy, etc. As there are many, the preferred delivery method would be to allow the user to set their own format. If this is not feasible, please provide a format that yields a consistent text length.

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    David D'Angona commented  · 

    Use Case:
    Date field is a fiscal period. It may either be MM/01/yyyy or the end of the month. In this case the day is completely irrelevant. What is important from that date is MM & yy. There is only one option for formatting a date with only month & year, "MMMM yy," and it is suboptimal. That format is problematic because when shown in visualizations it is can either be truncated, as in charts, or gives varying column widths in tables.
    The better options for this type of date are MMM yy, MM/yy, MM-yyyy, etc. As there are many, the preferred delivery method would be to allow the user to set their own format. If this is not feasible, please provide a format that yields a consistent text length.

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    4 comments  ·  Power BI Ideas » Data Preparation  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    David D'Angona commented  · 

    To expand on this idea, one should be able to select default behavior when editing queries. Either expand all (current functionality) or collapse all.

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