@ariel.pohoryles.1 @james.davis While I agree that it is preferable to keep users within Dundas, there are a few use cases for exporting data that are not going to go away anytime soon. For example, when users want to connect data from disparate systems that are not all under the Dundas umbrella; advanced users who want to use Dundas to isolate data of interest, but need to export that data into, say, R matrices for advanced, ad hoc statistical analysis; and one of the most common uses, when users are prepping for a big presentation and want to harmonize the appearance of charts, etc., from multiple sources. Re: your point on user adoption, Ariel, I have to say that it depends. I once built a BI system for scores of economists - advanced users - and I have to say that if we didn’t provide the ability to export to Excel, for better or worse, the economists would not have adopted the system. So, with BI adoption rates still less than 25 % in most organizations, I think it would be wiser for Dundas to do more to facilitate exports to Excel from existing dashboards, etc., then it would be to discourage it.