When we work on copies of powerbi and there is minor change in dax but we don't have find replace command for it. It takes too long to go to each dax and make changes.
This would be great!, I would also add the possibility of manually evaluate a portion of the DAX formula for previewing the result (like we can do with F9 in excel)
This would be a huge QoL addition to the tool, I hope it will be implemented soon :).
Would love this. I'm in the same boat. PBIX file(s) with dozens and dozens of measures and it is unbelievably painstaking to make mass edits to them.
What does "backlog" mean?
I defently would really appricate such a function may be with an opportunity to get an overview where These measures are used in what visual.
Would be handy to include setting the formatting (Data Type / Format) of each measure
We really need this feature. It is painstaking to have to go through each measure and column one by one, and wait for PowerBI to process changes. In addition, I have to cleanup and reverse engineer many other reports, which often look like spaghetti code, and it's very difficult to click through each. It would save me a ton of time and effort to bulk edit, and see all calc columns and measures in a single window.
I would compare the current setup like writing code, and processing changes after each semicolon, rather than when I compile and execute. I know how all of the columns and measures interact, and how to debug any issues.
Import and export for calc columns and measures would be amazing. Export to something a text editor could open as well, like csv, json, or maybe even excel.
This would allow the group of analysts I work with to easily share standardized measures.
I would prefer an import/export functionality for measures. Would give me much more flexibility and would enable me to transfer measures between pbix files
Administrator on 10/18/2022 12:53:09 AM
Update 10/17: This is now in our upcoming roadmap and we will share more details in the coming months. Mo
We've been leaning on the community tools like Tabular Editor, DAX Studio, BISM Normalizer, to provide high-end DAX editing capabilities. We don't have any short-term plans to add more DAX management tools to the product, but we'll be looking at ways to better integrate those tools.