Recently it was announced that Power BI would now support the SSAS display folders in “exploration mode”. Exploration mode is a fancy term for a live connection to an SSAS cube or model. Anyway, great news, as it drastically improved usability of Power BI Desktop when browsing cubes.
On the same day, I also found out it’s possible to nest display folders in SSAS. Which was even better, because I have a project with dozens of measures and this functionality really makes the difference. All you have to do is putting backslashes to indicate where a new child folder begins:
It even works in Power BI Desktop (make sure you have the latest update):
Time for a happy dance!