Power BI Blog: Power BI Known Issues Page
26 May 2022
Welcome back to this week’s edition of the Power BI blog series. This week, we look at the newly launched Known Issues page.
To keep Power BI’s users more informed, Microsoft has recently launched a new Power BI Known Issues page. This is intended to emphasise transparency and awareness (and no doubt try to discourage end users from raising the same issues over and over again!).
The top-level page lists the current and recently closed known issues for Power BI:
To get more information about a specific known issue, click the Title link to open the details page for that known issue.
If you experience a problem with a feature, use the Known Issues page to determine whether that problem is new or is a known issue. For each known issue listed, the Power BI team will share details that help you identify whether the problem you are experiencing is the same as the selected known issue. This is done by both describing the issue and also including symptoms of the issue. If workarounds exist, they are included for you as well. When you see a known issue published on this page, Microsoft emphasises that you should be “…confident that a permanent solution is being worked on by our engineers”.
If one of the issues matches a problem you’re experiencing, help prioritise by clicking the ‘Thumbs up’ button in the top right corner.
The intention is that Microsoft will update the Known Issue page often. For service-wide outages and degradation notices, note the sister website www.support.powerbi.com.
Check back next week for more Power BI tips and tricks!