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To read more about the feature see the announcement in the Power BI Product Blog
You made serious mistakes in this new version.
All grouped objects lose their properties. When we have an object that is grouped, the properties that appear are the properties of the page, and not of the object, when they do not belong to the previously selected object and not to the current object, it is a mix of properties, which in most cases do not belong to the selected object..
The size parameterizations are wrong, showing that an object cannot have an indicated size, if we add the number to the parameter box, but if we manually stretch the object it works without problem.
In the ntive Funnel visual, it is not possible to drag the items that we add to the values up or down, changing the position of the metrics. For it to work, I had to exit the page, re-enter and refresh the visual.
Microsoft is once again releasing tools without doing the most basic tests.
All my objects are in groups. I am experiencing the same issue, all my formatting options are completely gone. Despite clearly having a visual selected, the formatting page thinks its on the page level. I am now forced to use this preview feature despite it lacking key features. Also just super frustrated how the amount of clicks to accomplish things keeps increasing.
Please Microsoft invest in more QA resources. Minimal testing would have caught this major bug.
I did turn off the preview switch because I don't see the Visualization pane which contains my favorite tabs: Build, Format, Analytic. I don't think this is an authentic upgrade of PBI but more like catching the trends to be similarly compared to other BI tools. You normally see people are complaining about hard-to-use PBI but it's just because they're new to the tool or switch from other platforms.
However, if you have to introduce the On-object, please don't turn off the 3 tabs mentioned. It's best to keep it there at the same place. Very handy and useful!
Coudn't agree more! Same thoughts. The new UI is hugely counter-productive for any serious business user. One-click adding data in the past now becomes several clicks and sorting through clustered menu.
Do not like this. I turned it off. The visualization toolbar is too important to put it into a pop-up.
Adding a Date column to a table - don't see an option to add just the date value, it just does hierarchy. If I switch off On Object, there is an option to chose which format to add.
I've switched the preview feature back off as I find on-object difficult to work with as the width of the columns added to the visual does not well support longer column names. Off-object better uses the available screen real estate without obscuring other objects on the canvas and allows for adjusting the width of the fieldnames. Also, the on-object wastes a lot of space by making the objects taller and resulting in a lot more scrolling.
Worst addition to PBI so far! Give us the option to disable this or use the old method. Took me 15 minutes to figure out where my **bleep** visualisations went
I was trying this new functionality and i ran into an issue. While working on the formatting of a table i added a conditional formmating on one of the columns of the table that returned an error. However, after this point i actually could not use my table anymore as the visual returned 'Can't display visual. See details' and on the Format pane i get 'Something's wrong with the visual. Please fix the error to user formatting options'. Which i would like to fix if only i could only get to the options to change the fomula in the conditional formatting.
I deleted the column and restarted just to fix the issue.
First of all I love the new feature and hope I can enable it again as soon as possible!
I work a lot with grouped selections for aesthetics reasons, think of slicers in a shape, all slicers grouped, cards on visuals etc.
Without the preview feature enabled I was able to select a group and adjust the size of all the items in a group at once. With the feature enabled I can’t adjust the size of a group and have to size all items individually, which results in odd ratios.
Hope you guys can fix this issue in the release for April!
Not sure if this question has already been asked (I can't find it in the thread), but I have a question about the new on-object interaction, specifically for the table visual: where is the drill-through fields well?
I want to set up a drill-through table in my report, but I can't seem to find where to add drill-through fields. I had to switch off the preview feature to do that.
Can you please direct me to the right place?
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..
Drillthrough set up moved to the page settings, you can see this part of the blog post for more details
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.
If a visual is selected and open DAX editor you can see this icons overlayed.
Good work any way, love this new feature.
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 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!!!!!!!!!
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