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Anonymous
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Drill down multiple matrices at the same time

I have a dashboard with 4 matrices. They all have the same hierarchy for the drill down, but the supporting column data is different. The matrices data cannot be combined as it is a user preference and non-negotiable at this time.

 

Is there any way--without bookmarks--to drill down all matrices at the same time? Meaning, if the user were to go down from one level to next in one matrix, all the other matrices in the dashboard would also drill down one level? It seems very odd that this isn't a standard feature. 

 

The filtering is not helpful as it will just show the values at the current hierarchy level categorization. Hence the labels of the rows are a bit misleading.

 

Can anyone help here? If this isn't a supported feature it should have been back when this product was released to the general public. I also have the pro version in the event the desktop version does not support this functionality.

 

Thank you

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v-xuding-msft
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Hi @Anonymous ,

It is not supported at this moment. I’m afraid you have to drill down one by one manually. To make Power BI better, you can submit your request at Power BI Ideas and vote it up.

 

Best Regards,

Xue Ding

 

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Best Regards,
Xue Ding
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