This is across all of our published reports. The user used to be able to change a filter from advanced to basic and vice verse. Now it just shows the default setting when the report was published. This is true for both Page level filters and visual filters. Both filter types show up in the power bi desktop where I choose the default before publishing.
Can anyone tell me how this happened and how to make all the filter types available when published?
I'm using the latest version of Power BI desktop (march) but it also did this when published under the January version.
This is occurring over all reports whether they have been recently published or not.
Hi @brucesheffer ,
I could switch between "Basic" and "Advanced" under "Edit report" mode in Power BI Service.
My desktop version is 2.67.5404.581 64-bit (March 2019).
We're also experiencing the same issue with our reports.
Users used to have option to use advanced filters in Non EDIT mode.
Their security level does not allow them to edit reports.
I see advanced filter in edit mode, but I'm an admin.
Can this be resolved? It's affecting production emvironment.
We are experiencing the same issue in Power BI Service. Filter type option shows up in edit mode, but disappears when the report switches to read mode. Since end users can only access reports in read mode, they no longer have the option to change filter type. They are stuck with the default type set by the report owner.
I hope this is just a temporary bug, not an intended feature.
Hi @v-yulgu-msft ,
You are showing the report in edit mode. The filter type option used to exist even in read mode. Right now it disappears under read mode. And since end users only have read access to the reports, they are stuck with whatever the default is set by the report owner, and no longer have the option to change filter type.
Hi @brucesheffer ,
This is a known issue which has been reported internally. Please wait for the fix.
Thanks everyone for confirming this. So often it seems like I'm the only one or the first one who experiences these issues which is so very unlikely. Now that I know that Power BI is working on a resolution I can let my users know to be patient.