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Disable Multiple tables after appending

Hi,

 

I've appened 50 tables into a new table. As a result of this PowerBi has drastically slowed down. 

 

Based on the suggestions I read on the community, I should disable the source table one by one. But since they are so many, is there a way I could disable them all at once?

 

Thank you.

 

 

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Re: Diable Multiple tables after appending

@ahumne25 I don;t think there is way to disable all at once you have to manually do it one by one






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Re: Diable Multiple tables after appending

@ahumne25 I don;t think there is way to disable all at once you have to manually do it one by one






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Proud to be a Super User! Appreciate your Kudos 🙂
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Re: Disable Multiple tables after appending

Hi @ahumne25 ,

 

Currently, Query Editor does not support disable multiple tables at once. 

You can submit your idea to Microsoft if you want: https://ideas.powerbi.com/.

 

Best Regards,

Jay

Community Support Team _ Jay Wang

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