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Helper V
Helper V

Changes in filter pane not saved service

Hi, 

 

When I change something in the filter pane in Power BI service it would not saved  the changes when i log out and in again. Is this correct or some kind of bug??

 

tnx

 

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Super User IV
Super User IV

Re: Changes in filter pane not saved service

Hey,

 

I'm not sure if this "should" work in the filter pane. I will test this.

 

It works with the "normal" slicer, but you have to make sure that this report setting is disabled:

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You will find this setting

File --> Options and settings --> Optiosn --> Current file --> Report settings 

As @kcantor already mentioned, you have to be the owner of the pbix.

 

Regards,

Tom

 



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Super User I

Re: Changes in filter pane not saved service

@Coan7 

Are you clicking Edit, making the change, then clicking save? 

I know our reports are set to not keep persistent filters but do not know how your reports are set up or who controls them.

Are you the report owner or a user?





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Super User IV
Super User IV

Re: Changes in filter pane not saved service

Hey,

 

I'm not sure if this "should" work in the filter pane. I will test this.

 

It works with the "normal" slicer, but you have to make sure that this report setting is disabled:

image.png

You will find this setting

File --> Options and settings --> Optiosn --> Current file --> Report settings 

As @kcantor already mentioned, you have to be the owner of the pbix.

 

Regards,

Tom

 



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