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Love the new update
Can we please have checkbox when selecting columns for a visual ?
it would be great.
Currently we have to select one column then again do add field and select another column..
Can you please show where this is after turning on the on-object interaction setting? It appears to be only visible when on-object interaction is off.
Thank you for this feedback.
Every Time I close and open the Power BI Desktop App I have to set the panes visible again in the View register. Is this normal behaviour? I would prefer if the App would remember which panes to show on the right.
Unfortunately yes, we do not currently save the pane states across reports. This is a great suggestion though! We'll look at how we can incorporate this feedback in upcoming releases.
I'm using drill through after switching to On-Object.
I cannot delete drill through from item. The deleted item comes back everytime the format pane switch away...
Is there any way to solve this issue?
With old version I was able to create sparklines in a table or matrix, but I cannot find this feature when On-Object Interaction is enabled. Is this feature hidden somewhere?
If you're trying to add a sparkline through the right click menu that should still be available, make sure you're right clicking on the field name. You can also add a sparkline through the ribbon via Insert > "Add a sparkline"
The non-preview version has right-click as an option, but you can access the same options with the very clear arrow icon next to the field name. In On-Object, the field name has an arrow only with aggregation options, and you have to know to right click to access everything else. And the Insert > Add a sparkline in the Ribbon is also only going to be found if you've been trained. It's actually completely counterintuitive to have that in the ribbon unless you've already highlighted a field.
UIs that have to be explained by the designers are failing as UIs.
I'm trying the new features, but ran into my first problem - docking the view (selection pane, bookmarks, slicer sync) seems great because it saves space, however having the ability to have more than one open at a time is handy.
When creating bookmarks, I have the bookmarks as well as the selection pane open - this makes it easy to select visuals to create bookmarks with.
@Bastiaanw You can do it, but it doesn't show up where you would expect it. Right click the button on the nav bar and select Open in new pane.
I would love to see panes work like they do in Office:
Also the Performance analyzer button does not show highlighted when opened like the other panes do:
And PLEASE put them in the same order on the nav bar as the toolbar:
But again, I love these new panes!!!!!!!!!
Took a while to get used to adding data using the new on-object context menu, but once I did it was pretty neat. Loved the Data Options button especially to just swap out columns instead of having to remove column -> add new column -> drag it back to removed column's original spot.
Not sure if this is the default, but when I enabled the feature it hid my Data pane. Spent a while to locate it in the View tab.
Might be out of scope but if the ultimate goal is to make more space on-screen while having most things work with the minimum number of panes, I would suggest adding features to the Filter pane as well. Wouldn't have needed to open up the Data pane if the ellipsis could do more than sorting.
Ah, it should not have hid your data pane automatically, that might be a bug if you want to describe the steps you took we can take a closer look.
Thanks for the suggestion! Could you elaborate a bit more on what else would you expect in the filter pane?
After testing the On-Object Interaction I have a suggestion:
Theres a bug with the DAX. If I click on a visual thats below the DAX pane and see data menu and then try to open the field on DAX to see the code, the data/visual menu will be in front of the DAX pane.
Besides that, a really cool idea would be to click on the field and that action open the DAX to show the code, otherwise we always need to open the data pane and search for the field it isn't too practical.
I hope you can do these improvements in the following updates. Congrats on the idea.
Thanks for the attention.
Thanks for this feedback. We are aware of the overlap issue with the formula bar and the on object menus. We're working on a fix. Thanks for the suggestion! We'll consider this in our future planning.
The formatting Option for just the plain table is no longer there? When I select "Table" as the visual type, there's no option to adjust the formatting (note - this isn't real data):
Also - not related- but when I have a Date - I don't have the option to select the absolute date anymore (as seen above, I would expect to click the arrow, and have the option to select "Date" instead of the hierarchy items)
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