Beiträge mit Tags: bookmarking

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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Announcing Personal Bookmarks in the Power BI Service

Earlier last year, we announced bookmarking to be generally available in Power BI Desktop. Bookmarks are currently used by many report authors to share interesting insights, tell a story, and create intuitive navigation elements within a report. Since its introduction, one of the biggest requests we’ve consistently received from the Power BI community is to … Continue reading “Announcing Personal Bookmarks in the Power BI Service”

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Power BI Desktop March Feature Summary

This month is a very exciting month for us! We are making several of our most popular connectors generally available, including SAP HANA. Bookmarking is also now generally available, which means you can start creating bookmarks from scratch in the Power BI Service. We are also previewing a powerful feature, report page tooltips, that lets you use visuals in your own custom designed tooltips.

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Power BI Desktop December Feature Summary

This month we are very excited to integrate our Q&A experience into the reporting canvas, offering a whole new way to create your visuals. We are also updating our bookmarking preview with new features that provide you much more flexibility. A highly requested feature, the ability to drill to filter other visuals on the page, is also coming out this month. You can take advantage of several new connectors and major updates to existing ones.

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Power BI Desktop October Feature Summary

This month we are very excited to share one of our most anticipated features from the Microsoft Data Insights Summit: Bookmarking. Combining bookmarking with some of our other recently released features such as drillthrough and what if gives you powerful storytelling capabilities and lets you create highly interactive reports. We also have some more visual improvements and a big update to our quick measures feature this month.

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