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    1 comment  ·  Power BI Ideas » Mobile  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Lori commented  · 

    We would like to do this as well. We are overlaying images over top a plot in R which is great in desktop but not allowed in mobile. I tried some creative workarounds. I thought if I grouped them together it would let me move them together as a unit in mobile. I tried importing the image from a web url into R which did work in desktop but failed in the power bi service b/c it doesn't allow R packages to make queries over the web.

    The layout for phone is very clunky also. It seems to be snapping the visuals at weird places on the grid and it's difficult to resize them especially if there is one below it.

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    Lori commented  · 

    It would be helpful if the connector could be configured so that we can use filters to get under the 1000 record limit since we don't nearly have 1000 open tickets at once. We'd probably get the last 6 months worth of tickets or something like that. My understanding is that other connectors such as the google analytics connectors will change the underlying api calls based on the filters applied so it seems like something similar could be done with this.

    In the meantime, we are trying a workaround by using the Zendesk App (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/service-connect-to-zendesk) and then loading that dataset into a new Power BI report by using the Power Platform -> Power BI datasets. It doesn't seem to support our custom zendesk fields but at least it gives us the basic ticket data.

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    Lori commented  · 

    I'd like to have better control over how the total row calculates each column in a table. For examples, sometimes I might want the value to be "Don't Summarize" for each row but I want the "Total" row to have the sum of all values. Right now, if set to "Don't Summarize", it doesn't show any total. Similarly, I'd like to be able to set how I want a measure aggregated in the "Total" column. Right now, it seems to use the same functions used in the measure for the total calculation which isn't always what I want. Here's an example use-case: https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Change-the-way-total-of-column-is-displayed/m-p/718776 Someone gave me a complicated way to achieve what I want but it seems like it should be so much simpler than this!

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