Kategoriserede indlæg: Features

Power BI Paginated Report Builder Now Available

To kick off our series of posts this month we’re calling “New Feature Friday”, we’re pleased to announce the initial release of Power BI Report Builder, the latest companion application for Power BI that lets you author Paginated Reports. It is a free, standalone Windows Desktop application that can be downloaded from the Power BI … Continue reading “Power BI Paginated Report Builder Now Available”

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Announcing New Workspace Experience General Availability (GA)

I’m happy to announce that starting today, the New Workspace Experience has reached General Availability (GA). With the new workspace experience, Power BI workspace admins can use security groups to manage access to workspaces, enable BI teams to create workspaces without needing to create an Office 365 Group, and to provide granular workspace roles to … Continue reading “Announcing New Workspace Experience General Availability (GA)”

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Creating Machine Learning models in Power BI

We’re excited to announce the preview of Automated Machine Learning (AutoML) for Dataflows in Power BI. AutoML enables business analysts to build machine learning models with clicks, not code, using just their Power BI skills. Power BI Dataflows offer a simple and powerful ETL tool that enables analysts to prepare data for further analytics. You … Continue reading “Creating Machine Learning models in Power BI”

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Azure Analysis Services now supported and what’s coming next with Paginated Reports in Power BI

Power BI is a platform that lets you meet the diverse needs of your enterprise user base, from self-service analytics to centralized report distribution.  A critical part of this flexibility is the enterprise semantic model, which provides a secure, governed, and descriptive representation of your business metrics, available as a single source of truth across … Continue reading “Azure Analysis Services now supported and what’s coming next with Paginated Reports in Power BI”

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Q&A New Dashboard Update

We are excited to announce the rollout of the new Q&A dashboard experience. This new update aims to align the existing Q&A experience found inside reports and merges this into the Q&A for dashboards interface. One of the most notable changes is the inclusion of the suggestions side pane which is available for all users. The suggestions … Continue reading “Q&A New Dashboard Update”

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Announcing Power BI dataflows general availability

Several months ago, we introduced Power BI dataflows as Public Preview. Now, we’re happy to announce that Power BI dataflows are generally available! Power BI dataflows provide business analysts with a self-service data prep and management experience within Power BI, allowing them to collect business data from various sources, clean and transform it — leveraging … Continue reading “Announcing Power BI dataflows general availability”

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Power BI Mobile apps now support Azure AD B2B guest users

I’m excited to share that now, with the latest Power BI Mobile apps update, mobile users can access Power BI content shared with them from external organizations (also called Power BI B2B). Introduction Consider a scenario where an automotive manufacturer working with many diverse suppliers uses Power BI to monitor key supply chain performance metrics … Continue reading “Power BI Mobile apps now support Azure AD B2B guest users”

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Power BI open-platform connectivity with XMLA endpoints public preview

Organizations embracing a data culture must find a way to create semantic models that serve as the single source of truth for the enterprise. With the sophisticated data modeling capabilities in Power BI, customers are building enterprise grade semantic models directly into Power BI datasets, which are then visualized on Power BI reports and dashboards. … Continue reading “Power BI open-platform connectivity with XMLA endpoints public preview”

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How to do multivariate reporting with Power BI

What is Multivariate Reporting and when is it helpful? Multivariate Reporting (also known as Small Multiples) uses a series of visuals with the same measure and same scales but showcases various partitions of the data. The benefit is that you can allow your report consumers to easily compare the same measure across dimensions and all … Continue reading “How to do multivariate reporting with Power BI”

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