Users logged in to Power BI to view Dashboard1 in TeamWorkspace .
Developer published Dashboard2 and deleted the old Dashboard1.
Users could still see 2 dashboards in their workspace and Dashboard1 gave errors on clicking it as it had been deleted.
Ideal behavior expected: Users must not see the deleted dashboard1 and their Power Bi session needs to time out after inactivity for a long time thus causing them to login again and avoid seeing links for the older deleted versions.
Is there a specific setting to be configured for Power BI service session timeout if the user is inactive for a long time. We see this timeout on incactivity for most other applications and would be good to have it in Power BI service as well. Thanks!
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Whilst I have seen a timeout after a possible few days, what I have suggested to end users is to do a CTRL + F5 to reload the entire page. Once that is done it then will reload and show the correct information.
There might be an idea for a timeout option in the https://ideas.powerbi.com
Thanks for the link. I voted for it. Session timeout after long period of inactivity is an important requirement for our organization.Looking forward to see it implemented as most other applications have this feature.