Great idea Lance! Who else would like to have a connector for Workday? Add your vote if you agree!
95 votes8 comments · Power BI Ideas » Gateways (Enterprise and Personal) · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →RAZ commented
This feature would make a big impact for users with other tools wanting to change. This would rock the hell out of Power BI
Hi everyone. We announced a partnership with ESRI to bring their mapping capabilities into Power BI. Their maps include the ability to build heatmaps! The feature’s in Preview at the moment, I’m leaving this marked as ‘Started’ for now and we’d appreciate your feedback. Try it out and let us know how you find it. We’ll update it to ‘Completed’ when we take the Preview label off the feature.
More details on the blog: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/announcing-arcgis-maps-for-power-bi-by-esri-preview/
If you were at our Microsoft Business Applications Summit, you might have seen Amir and Will demo this feature! We are actively developing it now, and while we do have some more work today before it releases, the release isn’t too far off in the future. You can watch the session they demoed it in here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/businessapplicationssummit/video/BAS2018-204
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.
Hey all – we’re looking into how best to tackle this and other filter-related functionality.
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Hey everyone – just wanted to post an update and say that this work item is still in our roadmap. We are focusing our efforts in enabling other critical features related to filtering such as personal bookmarks in the Power BI service. Thanks again for patience and feedback!
We’re actively working on enabling SSRS (*.rdl) reports directly in the Power BI cloud service with no separate SSRS report server required. We want Power BI to be a one-stop shop for all your dashboards and reports, including Power BI reports, Excel workbooks, and SSRS reports.
It’s a large undertaking that’ll take some time, but as usual, we’ll start with previews to share our progress with you and hear your feedback, and expand the feature set and eliminate limitations over time.
We don’t yet have timeframes to share, but stay tuned!