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RosieL
Power BI Team
Power BI Team

Share your thoughts on the new On-Object Interaction feature (preview)

Hit Reply to tell us what you think about the new On-Object Interaction feature so we can continue to improve.

For example:

  • What changes would you like to see?
  • If you turned off the preview switch, why?
  • Any suggestions for addititional settings or capabilities?

Thanks,

-Power BI team

 

To read more about the feature, see the announcement in the Power BI Product Blog or our documentation on how to Use on-object interaction


FAQs:

  • Q: How can I open multiple panes at once?
    • A: You can CTRL + click or right click on the unselected pane you wish to open and choose "Open in new pane"
  • Q: Where did aggregations move to?
    • A: It's still on right click of a field, or you can use the new flyout aggregations dropdown while choosing or swapping a field.
  • Q: Where did drillthrough and tooltip page setup move to?
    • A: Drillthrough is now in the page settings of the format pane under Page Information > Page type > Drillthrough or Tooltip.
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@ctappan, thank you for this.

BI-Geniuz
Advocate I
Advocate I

  • What changes would you like to see?
    That this one doesn't leave the preview and never become a standard
  • If you turned off the preview switch, why?
    The orientation of the GUI should not be tempered with
  • Any suggestions for addititional settings or capabilities?
    Please leave it as is. We're adjusted to the look and feel as it is right now
MikkoP
Advocate I
Advocate I

So far I've found this feature very clumsy to use. I'm constantly lost when trying to add new fields to my visuals etc. so eventually I decided to turn the preview feature off again.

In my opinion this is a huge step down from the original way things worked and I really hope it doesn't become the new default.

I also hope.

foresightbi
Advocate I
Advocate I

Sentiments of EXCEL are horrible!!!! Power BI Desktop is not a replacement of Excel and frankly the clunky means of engaging with data in charting and pivots there should not propagate over to Power BI Desktop too!!

 

PLEASE DO NOT SHIP THIS AS ON BY DEFAULT AND PLEASE DON'T STOP ENHANCING AND OPTIMIZING THE EXISTING INTERFACE AND LAYOUT 😊 (bold CAPS is not to yell, but to respectfully exclaim).  If you have a legitimate base of your customers who wants this style of interaction, so be it ... but I think it's clear and apparent that there is a substantial base of customers who do not like it at all!!!

We completely agree.

adegrno
Advocate II
Advocate II

To be honest, flat out a very bad move - who thought of this way of doing things? With this new feature, it requires a lot of unnescessary clicks - please keep it the way it was. I have turned it off.

wangfeng9988333
Advocate II
Advocate II

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.

I share your thoughts and I believe that, based on the comments, 99.9% of powerbi developers do too.

Agree 100%.   This is a terrible idea.

Timo1980
Advocate I
Advocate I

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.

Anonymous
Not applicable

Hi

 
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?

I also completely agree, I like some things implemented, but overall it's not productive at all.

ADPowerBI1
Responsive Resident
Responsive Resident

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.

iBusinessBI
Kudo Collector
Kudo Collector

The panes keep on disappearing.

Too many clicks in the new experience.

Turned off. Fourth month in a row....

acamacho13
Frequent Visitor

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.

I need to switch back to the old version to enable it....

Maybe is just me that cant find where is the equivalent

It should still be available on right click for the parameter 

RosieL_0-1693600803288.png

 

Thanks works like a charm,  I was fixated that should be on the expansion arrow...

Where it should be.

koidu_itera
Regular Visitor

  • If you turned off the preview switch, why? - Rightside menu is changing and picture is jumping too much. I prefer if I have turned in options I would like to use, they stay there till I switch them off. 
  • Also there could be option to fold them as slice as in original >> option. 

But in general it seems much better than in the beginning 🙂 keep working on it, but it is not ready to be implemented yet.

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