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As a Power BI consultant, I work with client's reports daily. I have turned off it four times, it wastes so much of my time. As long as the option is there for you to choose if it is there, I'm okay. But if our current feature is gone, instead of this new one, then for me personally, I would probably switch to another visualization tools.
not a fan of the feature. I work as a consultant and I use PBI alot with clients to help them moving towards advanced analytics. This means that I build quite a lot of reports and dashboards. The new features makes it really cumbersome to quickly build and change visuals. Too many clicks, and quite often I need to add back the panes. Its a real hassle. I have turned it off as it tripled my time spent with generating reports. As long as the option is there for you to choose if its there, i'm happy. But if that feature is gone, then for me personally I would problably switch to another visualization tool.
The On-Object Interaction is not working when I click OK in the options dialog box. The page remains grey.
Could you please show a solution for this?
Not a fan at all, really oversimplifying it to the point that it makes it difficult to do anything with any sort of detail. Please keep the option to switch off. It's a good idea to try to simplify PBI as a front end tool but it doesn't really lend itself to the report developer experience.
Hi with the object oriented interface i cannot enable "Show values of selected filed" whith a slicer, I use this with a parameter field to select which fields will be presented on the matrix that i have.
But in general it seems much better than in the beginning 🙂 keep working on it, but it is not ready to be implemented yet.
Too much confusing.... add more click just to change from date hierachy visual to be general format...
consumed too much space in my mornitor just want to recheck which data I selected to the visual.
I understand it takes time to get used to a new way of working but this is just less efficient. I understand that it might be a little more intuitive but there are just more clicks needed to add data fields to a visual.
I tested the new August update which brought several improvements, I liked some of them, but I had to disable them in order to be able to perform my work, I believe there is still a long way to go for the new method to replace the current standard (I hope the two methods remain at the end for user choice).
Some improvements and fixes to be made:
1. Collapse the menus in one click (as in the default and not open a menu with several options);
2. No Ctrl+Click to open and pin a menu, just a click (reducing the number of clicks should be the goal for it to be viable);
3. Correct the bug: when a menu is closed and you want to open it by clicking on the icon (without ctrl+click) instead of opening it, all the other menus that are still open are closed.
I am not a fan of this. It's annoying. Please make it optional and not the default. The old way was better. In my experience of training new analysts, I feel this option has made the learning curve that much more worse to climb.
I've had to disable it, too awkward.
Main issue: Data field width too narrow and unadjustable.
1. Annoying to add a data field and then have to shift it from the bottom of the list to where I want it to be. In the old version, I could
2. Annoying to have to search in a separate list, rather than just have the field list and drag onto the viz pane.
regarding the new feature "On-object format subselections now supported in spotlight and focus mode", I think there is a bug :
I select the Format from elipse button (top-rigth of the visual), Then the Format pane is appear :
I click the cross icon on the pane and close it :
Now when I Focus on the visual (by clicking the Focus Mode), It show me the "Exit format mode" without the format pane :
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