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DataFlows Preview Feedback

Hi all,

 

I frequently use the new features offered by Power BI, and MS frequently says they want feedback - but it's really unclear where or how we're supposed to provide that feedback.

 

Does anyone know how we're supposed to do this?

 

Cheers

Kirsty

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MatthewRoche Frequent Visitor
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Re: DataFlows Preview Feedback

Hi KC,

 

If your feedback takes the form of a feature request, post it on the ideas site: https://ideas.powerbi.com/forums/265200-power-bi-ideas?category_id=341638

 

If it takes a different form, post it here.

 

These two locations (unlike commenting on blogs or YouTube videos or the like) are easy for members of the Power BI team to locate, and have all the features you want to find in a feedback channel.

 

I don't know what review processes the dataflows team has during preview (so I can't say what sort of responses you should expect) but I do know that multiple members of the dataflows team actively monitor both of these sites.

 

I hpoe tihs helps...

 

 

Matthew

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Re: DataFlows Preview Feedback

Well, you could provide feedback here and perhaps tag someone like @chass perhaps. Chuck might have a better answer for this.


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Re: DataFlows Preview Feedback

HI @KCinMelbourne,

 

Maybe you can post your comment to blog and document pages, I think they will pay attention to these comments.

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Re: DataFlows Preview Feedback

Thank you @v-shex-msft, I had also found those.  One of the articles is closed for comments. The other takes you to create ideas. It seems odd to me to raise a new feature, request feedback and not provide a clear feedback process.

 

To me ideas is new development we're looking for, not providing feedback on something in Beta. Maybe I've misunderstood?

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MatthewRoche Frequent Visitor
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Re: DataFlows Preview Feedback

Hi KC,

 

If your feedback takes the form of a feature request, post it on the ideas site: https://ideas.powerbi.com/forums/265200-power-bi-ideas?category_id=341638

 

If it takes a different form, post it here.

 

These two locations (unlike commenting on blogs or YouTube videos or the like) are easy for members of the Power BI team to locate, and have all the features you want to find in a feedback channel.

 

I don't know what review processes the dataflows team has during preview (so I can't say what sort of responses you should expect) but I do know that multiple members of the dataflows team actively monitor both of these sites.

 

I hpoe tihs helps...

 

 

Matthew

Re: DataFlows Preview Feedback

Thanks @MatthewRoche! This is exactly what I was looking for! Everything I had was already listed so I could simply vote it up.  Thanks for providing the direct link to Dataflow specifically.

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Re: DataFlows Preview Feedback

Hi I'm testing dataflows, unfortunately I'm experiencing very bad performance, so slow that it isn't really usable. Sometimes I get errors, then I just refresh and the error disapears... But I feel I'm more waiting on the steps to calculate than actually working. Sometimes it calculates the same step very fast and another time it's extremely slow or throws an error. I feel it is not stable enough for deployment and for daily use.

 

(I'm using blank queries where I paste M code created in power BI desktop, to connect by ODBC to on premises data source.)

Re: DataFlows Preview Feedback

Hi @sebadb9,

 

I suggest posting this as an issue rather than in the support forum so it gets the necessary attention from Microsoft.

 

Cheers

Kirsty