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Import custom query URL from Azure Dev Ops into PBI

Hi all,  


I was able to Get data and use the "Azure DevOps (beta)" option and link to a certain project.  The standard views )i.e. Bugs, Work Items etc appeared and I pulled in the table(s) I needed.  However, I see that the data only goes back to the Last 26 weeks.  So in my example, I only needed to bring in Work Items (Work Items - Last 26 weeks).  Since we just started using ADO last week, we are good for the next several weeks, but will need all Work Item historically as time progresses. 


Our agile coach built some custom queries so that we can get all the Work Items.  There is an option to "Copy query URL", but when I import it, I get the following:





Then when I click on "table" hyperlink or try to expand it, I'm not getting the actual data.


Has anyone else created custom queries in ADO and them imported into Power BI?

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Hi @chross ,


About how to connect to Azure Devops or Azure Devops Server, I would suggest you refer to links below:


Best Regards,



If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Hi Amy @


I am already connecting via the second link you provided.


My question was more along the lines on how can we pull the data from the custom queries that were already built in Azure Dev Ops? Is that not possible? Is the only other option to create Odata queries?


The link I'm trying to connect to looks something like this except I took out our company and project name.{ourcompany}/{project}/_queries?tempQueryId=c0afc6ea-4a7e-48ec-9173-bc4998eff6a0




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