pivot table. bring it back!!
We realize that Pivot Tables and Charts have been a great feature and many Access users found them to be highly useful.
As you may already know, they have been removed as the technology they relied on, was no longer supported (Office Web Components).
At this point we have no plan to bring Pivot Tables and Charts back. However we are looking into ways to improve and modernize data visualization in Access.
zdenek volfl commented
bring it back!
I continue using Access 2010 as Pivot tables have been deprecated in 2016...
Please bring this feature back!
I wish Access would bring back the Pivot Tables, I am purposely running an older version of Access just so I can continue to use the Pivot Table function. Bad decision to remove this function!
Алексей Поляков commented
Bring it back((((
Yes, please bring it back. I waste so much time transferring to Excel.
This Admin Reply is from February 06, 2018, nothing has happened. No Pivot Tables and Charts, and no data visualization that replaces the Pivot Tables. I wish this could be done by a third party through an Add-in. Give others the freedom do build this tool and integrate it into Access.
Steve Reynolds commented
The removal of pivot tables and charts is a desperately retrograde step. The pivot table functionality is an essential part of the work I'm doing so I'm not upgrading from 2010. I will be looking at an alternative to Microsoft Access. But presumably that's what you want people to do if it's all too difficult for you to engineer?
Rong back in Penang commented
Please, I need the Pivot Table function of Excel to be available in Access
Pivot Table needs to be restored.
H Gao commented
Pivot tables and graphs was very useful. Excel exportation can´t restore the function. Please, restore it, and improve it.
Jeffrey Thorn commented
Bring Back Pivot Charts & Tables Added in 2002 & Deprecated in 2010
Mario Santana commented
It's an important feature for us and we do hope it can be made available again soon. This kind of visualization is very helpful in data analysis.
I don't understand how such useful tool could disappear! This is not wise move.
I am deeply disappointed :-(
I don't mind, Google Sheets has pivot tables and your customers.
On working with access as a flexible data mining tool, pivot tables are crucial. I am searching desperately for a solution. If it does not come back to access, I will drop my complete office.
The proposal of using excel for it is simply ridiculous.
It's like deprecating the brakes on a car and suggesting to hang on a truck!
Ronan James commented
Office 365 is not a seamless upgrade. I am still hoping that the install becomes easier in the future. For your committed users I would hope you would bring back Access pivot tables.
Please bring back pivot tables. I use excel pivot tables to do all kinds of useful summaries and analysis. My current project has roughly 14 million lines of data, which is far more than i can summarize in excel, so I went to Access to do my analysis and now am struggling to find a workaround to do what I need to do.
I am not able to use my access my forms in 2016 version. It is garbage for me if I need to redesign on every version changes.
It would be really nice to be able to create a pivot table like before. I have been hunting to see the feature for an hour now. It is really useful when creating schedules for multiple sites in a business and sending each site just their schedule.