Not exactly sure how you've written your measure. There are lots of ways to author these kinds of measures. However, the point is that a simple aggregate (e.g., SUM, AVG, etc.) with no Calculate or other mucking with the filter context will automatically filter the data to be at the leaf level of the hierarchy. So, say a measure of Average NPS (Net Promoter Score) that is calculated as you go down a hierarchy (Say Region and then Product) will absolutely work correctly. At a leaf level (Say Washington State and then Product A) the data will be filtered to WA and then Product A and the aggregate (Avg) will aggregate over that data. When you move up to just Region you would be able to see the Avg NPS for WA.
All that said, we are finally very very close to publishing an update that will give the old button the old behavior and a separate new button that will enable the new behavior. As Alex mentioned on a different response, there were some issues in terms of how these features worked with other parts of the product that we had to work through. That is all done now and we've begun the update process. Again, I don't want to give a specific day (since delays seem to inevitably happen) but process wise now it's a matter of getting it posted and aligned with the service.
All my report labels on hierarchy field looks bad all of sudden. I believe this is because of new inline feature you guys are discussing. Can you please confirm if this is same issue which powerbi team has said they would fix.
Here is my before and after image on how the labels look. "All occupation" is the top level of hierarchy(level 1) and even if i am at lowest level (3 level down) the labels are "Level 1" + "Level 2" + "Level 3"... while earlier it used to show only the label at which level i was drilling to.
@sshekar7 yes this is the same issue in this thread. There's also thread in the actual issues forum, but there's more feedback from Microsoft on this thread regarding updates. No ETA yet, but they say it should be soon.
Yep. I said it would were very close. Please let us know what you think of the functionality.
On the icons, Yes, the ones you are calling beautiful are font icons. The others are bitmaps. We would like all of the icons in these kinds of areas to be font icons because they scale much better and thus look better on all resolutions. The bitmap icons are generally from an earlier time in the product. We would like to replace the older bitmap icons. We'll get there.
@AlexGorev, While this subject is hot, why not add a third drill down that Drills down the same as the old drill down as well as filters the rest of the page?!?!? That would be amazing! The basic idea has 2,000+ votes and no updates in a long time. Link Below...