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james_work
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Public Preview of Multiple Audiences for Power BI Apps

Tried this today, and not impressed.

Now that I have activated it, a report I had in the workspace (but not included in the app) in not selectable in the 2) Content - Add Content section (it is a usage report).

  Q1 - How do we add content when this behaviour manifests?

 

I had numerous reports that were in an old app. All put one are now appearing in the updated app. Everytime I go into the 3) Audience section, my report is greyed out and the eye icon crossed. I uncross it, the report ungreys but when I update the app it stubbornly refuses to be visible.

  Q2 - How do we fix this behaviour?

 

Overall, the idea seems good but implementation is not great (apprecaite it is public preview).

  Q3 - How do we roll back?

And to Microsoft - when the answer to 3 is - "you can't" - why not?

 

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DerekLedbetter
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At my employer, the team just built the first one.  What one user asks, if we can "move" audience.  Even though there is a "move left, move right, delete", it appears the "move" option does not save, even if the app is updated.

 

Is there a way to "reorder" the audiences after being built?

james_work
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james_work
Frequent Visitor

Update:

Q1 - This appears to be because you can never add a usage report to an app. It is correct?

Q2 - The only way I could get this working was to delete the report from the workspace, then republish. Anyone else experiencing

JasonBreedlove
Frequent Visitor

Is it still impossible to roll back?

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