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Advocate II

Submit and Issue link on Power BI Service not pointing to the actual "Issues" forum

See this post in "Issues" which pointed me to this forum: 

Submit an Issue link not pointing directly to "iss... - Microsoft Power BI Community


If you don't get it, please ask someone else at Microsoft to make sense of this.


Also, why would "Submit an Idea" point to a community that has no link to this one and requires me to logon again to Microsoft with my work account?  

"Submit an Idea" link :

"Community Feedback":


Don't get me wrong, I really approciate the fact that I have those two options from my Power BI Service page and being able to track it down once created but it could have been so simple to just create those links so that the end users don't have to do anything else than just describe their situation.  There could be a third link to the community if you really wanted them to explore.

Just to give you an idea, the first time I wanted to use those options, I had to use both and explore which one does what in order to post in the right forum.  And I chose the wrong one anyway.  And it took me a whole afternoon to figure it out and post my thing.

Again, I can appreciate the attempt at being transparent and empowering users to give feedback and help in making this product better.  It's just, I'm not so sure the "accessibility" part of the empowerement was acheived.



I just realized that this says "Community Feedback" but none of those links get you directly to the actual "Community Feedback" forum XD


P.S.: the "Submit an Issue" does get you to but in order to find the "Community Feedback" forum, you have to scroll all the  way down.  ("no one's gonna know... ") 😉


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