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Tech Tip Thursday: Getting started with Power BI Auditing

This week, Guy in a Cube looks at the new Power BI auditing feature. He shows how to activate auditing, and how to use it to understand who is doing what with your data within your organization.

Get hands-on with intelligent technologies at the Microsoft Data Science Summit

On September 26–27, the Microsoft Data Science Summit will host an interactive event on the disruptive technologies and innovative solutions in big data, advanced analytics, and machine learning.

Oracle and Teradata data source support and hourly e-mail subscriptions for Paginated Reports now available

For the fifth week in a row, we’re pleased to announce two new features on “New Feature Friday” for Paginated Reports in Power BI.  We’ve added support for two new data sources, Oracle and Teradata, and also added the ability to schedule your e-mail subscriptions on an hourly basis. Oracle and Teradata Now Supported We … Continue reading “Oracle and Teradata data source support and hourly e-mail subscriptions for Paginated Reports now available”

E-Mail Subscriptions for Paginated Reports is Now Available

E-mail subscriptions is one of the key features used by millions of SQL Server Reporting Services customers today. Our latest release for “New Feature Friday” is the support of Paginated Reports in e-mail subscriptions in Power BI. Now, for the first time, you can schedule an e-mail subscription with a PDF attachment of your full … Continue reading “E-Mail Subscriptions for Paginated Reports is Now Available”

Power BI Embedded session at Power Platform Summit Europe: What’s new in Power BI Embedded

Join the Power BI Embedded team at the Power Platform Summit Europe for a 2-hour session. During the session, we will cover the newest features and capabilities in Power BI Embedded such as: Control all visual menu actions programmatically – Options and Context Menus APIs has been extended to provide full control for each visual … Continue reading “Power BI Embedded session at Power Platform Summit Europe: What’s new in Power BI Embedded”

Enhancing presentation mode with slideshow in Windows Power BI app

Few months back we released Presentation mode in our Power BI Mobile app for Windows devices, which better allows you to focus on your data during meetings. Using Power BI Windows app with presentation mode enables you to present, collaborate, and have productive discussions while using your data in your Power BI dashboards and reports. You can … Continue reading “Enhancing presentation mode with slideshow in Windows Power BI app”

Tailoring help and support for Power BI users

To ensure employee productivity and satisfaction with Power BI, enterprise organizations develop comprehensive product training, bolster their help desks, and invest in helping their user communities with internal forums to share ideas and best practices. But it can be a challenge to educate users about the availability of these organizational resources. The exciting news is … Continue reading “Tailoring help and support for Power BI users”

Unlock next at Microsoft Business Applications Summit 2019

Get ready to flex your business applications skills – and pick up some new ones – at Microsoft Business Applications Summit. Coming to Atlanta, Georgia June 10 – 11, 2019, this is the place to dive deep with the tools you use every day, get a sneak peek at what’s new and next, and connect … Continue reading “Unlock next at Microsoft Business Applications Summit 2019”

Power BI Service and Mobile January 2019 Feature Summary

January was a feature-filled month for the Power BI team! We kicked off this new year by announcing some of the highly requested features by our community and couldn’t have wished for a better start. We hope you’re just as excited for what’s to come for the rest of 2019! To recap, here’s a list of all the features we shipped last month.

1/17/2019 Webinar: Updates for Developing Custom Visuals for Power BI by Ted Pattison

In this week’s webinar Ted Pattison will be covering how to develop Custom Visuals for Power BI. Power BI has supported the development of custom visuals since its initial release. However, the custom visuals platform has been constantly evolving and has recently been updated to support dynamic module loading which makes it possible to develop … Continue reading “1/17/2019 Webinar: Updates for Developing Custom Visuals for Power BI by Ted Pattison”

Two days of Power BI Content at the User Group World Tour

Powered by your local Power BI User Group (PUG), the Power BI World Tour will be unprecedented access to premium Power BI content designed by your local industry experts. This two-day event will cover technical content designed for the Power BI Analyst, Developer/IT Admin, and new professional. Grow your world of experience by attending our training, expand your network of connections, and get ready to become the Power BI super star you were meant to be. Starting in August, the tour will visit seven cities throughout the World. Register by August 07, 2017 to take advantage of the early bird discount!

Interactive R custom visuals support is here!

R is a strong and popular language, enabling developers to create great analytics on data, as well as visualization. Developers can already create R custom visuals that plugs into Power BI reports, to enable report authors to use those custom visuals without known R. This is a powerful capability to extend the visualizations of Power BI. We are proud to announce that R custom visuals can now also be interactive, by generating HTML as the visual (instead of the static image that was supported until now), R custom visuals are capable of supporting tooltips and selections.

Show us your creative What If and win swag!

Earlier this month, we announced our new What If feature in the Power BI Desktop. Many of you have been anticipating this feature for a while now, and we wanted to celebrate this release in style! So today we are excited to announce our What If Report Contest. We want you to show us your most creative and fun uses of What If parameters in a Power BI report. We’re looking for that crazy dataset or a cool unexpected use for parameters. Tap into your creative side to build a fun report, and win a Power BI Super Swag Pack!

Microsoft Data Insights Summit 2017 Day 2 Recap

It’s a wrap! The Microsoft Data Insights Summit is officially over but that doesn’t mean that we cannot continue enjoying the amazing content, sessions, and community activities that happened between Monday and Tuesday. Let’s try to summarize the day again (even if we can’t do it justice).

Webinar Wednesday: Data Storytelling

Important stories about complex industries such as oil & gas can be difficult to tell. Thankfully, they often are also very rich in data – data which can be used to interactively illustrate the story for readers, making it more engaging and meaningful. Come hear how data visualization and industries expert Dallas Salazar, collaborating with Power BI MVP Greg Deckler, recently used data and Power BI to draw readers into a complicated story and leave them wanting more. Join us on Wednesday, May 31 at 10 a.m. PT to learn more.

Connecting to datasets in the Power BI service from Desktop

In the April update of Power BI Desktop, we released the ability to connect to datasets in the Power BI service. This feature allows you to create new reports off existing datasets you’ve already…

May and June Webinars: Power BI Security, Best Practices from the Microsoft Operations Team, Power BI Embedded, Marco Russo on Design and more!

May and June Webinars: Power BI Security, Best Practices from the Microsoft Operations Team, Power BI Embedded, Marco Russo on Design and more!

Analyzing United States County Data Trends with SandDance for Data Storytelling

What do you get when you combine a passion for data and Microsoft Power BI with an interest in U.S. politics, social economic and cultural trends? You receive compelling reports covering election data, obesity and drug overdose rates, along with income per capita levels within the United States over the past 10+ years. See how Microsoft Program Manager Jeff Lumpkin uses the SandDance custom visual to create rich modeling, interactivity, and animated transitions to aid in data storytelling.

Community Blog Highlights

Have you visited the Power BI Community blog lately? We want to hear what’s got you thinking about Power BI and Business Intelligence! Blog posts can be anything from opinion pieces on the latest industry trends, to helpful tips and how-tos for your fellow Power BI users, to even “trip reports” from your local User Group meeting or Microsoft event. Check out these great posts from last month.

Power BI Developer community January update

Hi everyone, after a short break for the holidays we are back with the latest updates for Power BI Developer community. Don’t forget to check out the November blog post, if you haven’t done so…

On-premises data gateway January update is now available

We are excited to announce that we have just released the January update for the On-premises data gateway. Here are some of the things that we would like to highlight with this month’s release:…

Announcing the Reddit Solution Template

Today, we are excited to announce a new suite of Power BI solution templates for brand management and targeting on Reddit through a third-party API relationship with SocialGist. These templates complement existing brand-oriented solution templates…

On-premises data gateway November update is now available

We are excited to announce that we have just released the November update for the On-premises data gateway.

Power BI service October and November feature summary

The past couple of months have been a whirlwind for the Power BI team! Our engineering team has continued to work hard to release many features that many of you have been anticipating. Here’s a quick…