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  1. 74 votes
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    Wyn Hopkins commented  · 

    This is a great idea for Dynamic Arrays. Optional parameters covering:

    split at left most / right most delimiter
    Number of splits

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  2. 65 votes
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    Mynda Treacy's video demo's the issue nicely here
    https://youtu.be/2ViMm-wuM3U?t=561

  4. 14 votes
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    Essential to really take full advantage of Dynamic Arrays

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  7. 254 votes
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    Wyn Hopkins commented  · 

    Plus.... a Get Parameter button that avoids the formula firewall...

    Sorry to cross post, but folks who like this idea may well like this one
    https://excel.uservoice.com/forums/304921-excel-for-windows-desktop-application/suggestions/32691571-add-get-parameter-button-to-power-query-and-avoid

    Wyn Hopkins commented  · 

    If I could edit my suggestion I would. Let's call it what it is... POWER features. Adding a Publish to Power BI button would be great too. Some good options listed in Sameer's post a few items below this one

    Wyn Hopkins commented  · 

    OK, so let's call it the POWER tab (see image)

    Wyn Hopkins commented  · 

    Hi Bill, the name is tricky, and I'm sure there's probably a better name.

    I'm looking at it from who it's aimed at / why have a separate ribbon. The reason is awareness for those users who simply miss out because these new features are hidden away.

    How do we capture their attention, what resonates at a general level? I'm not particularly set on "Reporting" as a name but it does sort of capture why someone should look at this ribbon.

    If your job involves reporting and you're not using Tables, Power Query, Pivot Tables and Power Pivot then you're missing out.

    To me reporting is something dynamic and interactive that requires regular refreshing / updating.

    Wyn Hopkins commented  · 

    Sergei, definite room for improvement on my hacked together version. The Power BI publisher features I'd like to see on there too. Plus I'm sure the Excel team will have some usage stats on most popular Get From button - personally I'm always using from Excel or From Folder, but others will be different.

    Calling it out as an awesome set of features is the key to me (plus grouping together the whole data analysis / reporting story into a cohesive place).

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    Plus the Power BI Publisher buttons would be great. Although I'd rename them as Power BI Connector :)

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    Wyn Hopkins commented  · 

    I'm on board with this

    Let also add VAR and RETURN and be able to Right - Click add measures to a Measures Table.

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    Thanks to Graham for starting this conversation. If you would also like Excel to maintain named range references and structured table references in the “applies to” field for Conditional Formatting rules, please add your comments and vote this one up. We will prioritize accordingly.

    Thanks,
    Steve (MS Excel)

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  10. 10 votes
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    Wyn Hopkins commented  · 

    And on right-click in the Pivot Table itself would be awesome

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    Good news! We have released a few fixes to Insiders to address this issue. If you are on Insiders, please let us know if the fix has worked for you.

    The fixes should be in build 11809.10000 and onwards.

    -Joe McDaid [Excel Team]

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    For those of you experiencing this, my video here explains one of the causes and how to avoid it...
    https://youtu.be/eNmfHsBIyIY

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    Agreed

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    Wyn Hopkins commented  · 

    Good idea

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    Wyn Hopkins commented  · 

    Totally agree, these things may seem minor but when you use them a lot it really detracts from the efficiency of development

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    Wyn Hopkins commented  · 

    Great tip Jon, it appears to work if the top cell is formatted differently in any way (background, font etc).

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    Yes to the table name box and everything else Jan Karel said

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    Wyn Hopkins commented  · 

    I've now come across a client where this would be really useful

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    Wyn Hopkins commented  · 

    Many keyboards have a right click key next to the space bar. Press that followed by v to paste as values.

    Alternatively you can press Ctrl with V then Ctrl then V

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