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How do I use Bookmarks to navigate to specific queries in the new Navigation Builder

Love the new navigation building in Apps!  Great addition and makes it even easier to find the report that you are looking for.

Given that this navigation can be controlled by LINKs, I decided to create a bunch of Bookmarks in my report and then in the Navigation Builder create New Links to point the bookmarks to.

They work great, if I choose to open them in Current Tab or New Tab, but it doesnt work when I select to "Open In: Content Area".  I get the error message " refused to connect."

Only issue I have with the Open In New Tab or Open In Current Tab is that it removes the navigation panel.


Am I doing something wrong or is this something that I need to submit to the PowerBI ideas forum?  It would be great to be able to select a Bookmark for the navigation link.

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Re: How do I use Bookmarks to navigate to specific queries in the new Navigation Builder

Same issue here!

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