Kamil Suski

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    Kamil Suski commented  · 

    Please add that feature.

    Record containing table visual: date, client name, few other columns with details about this record and column containing notes for each record (logs, comments, snippets of code, etc - limited to 32k characters ...)

    Default view:
    notes column hidden - table contains about 15-20 records and no scroll needed,

    option to show notes column - even single record requires scrolling now as notes column is long text, sometimes with paragraphs ...

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    Kamil Suski commented  · 

    Internal users roles can easily be managed by O365 groups.
    role called 'Department' - single member in PowerBI: department@company.com

    managing actual users to be members of department@company.com distribution group will propagate to powerBI just fine.

    me@company.com is member of department@company.com group - I am automatically member of 'Department' role (and see data based on this role DAX filtering)

    If you are to grant read only access to anyone outside of the company - user is not
    part of "@company.com" he/she will not match anything in local groups.

    Solution would be to allow wildcards as members of custom role:

    lets say custom role named "Everyone" - with one member: * - effectively matching everyone.
    With this setup, role named 'None' as visible in PowerBI Desktop will have no members (every user is forced to be member of "Everyone" role - unless matching filter for other roles)

    Another option would be to allow DAX filtering on 'None' role (currently not possible).

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