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Announcing live connect for Power BI report integration with OneDrive and SharePoint (Preview)

Last May, we announced the integration between Power BI and OneDrive and SharePoint (ODSP) that allows you to view Power BI reports directly in a OneDrive or SharePoint document library. Previously, this capability was limited only to reports with data in import mode. We’re excited to announce that you can now view Power BI reports in ODSP with data live connected to a semantic model in the service!

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Power BI May 2023 Feature Summary

Welcome to the May 2023 update! We have lots of exciting new features for you this month. You’ll find preview announcement of new Open, Save, and Share options when working with files in OneDrive and SharePoint document libraries, updates to the On-Object Interaction feature released to Preview in March, a new feature gives authors the ability to define query limits in Desktop, data model editing in the Power BI Service, and updates to the Power BI Tabs in Microsoft Teams. There is more to explore in Reporting, Modeling, Data Connectivity, Service, Paginated Reports, Developers, visualizations, and other announcements so please continue to read on!

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Power BI March 2023 Feature Summary

After almost 10 years, support for Windows 8.1 has ended on January 10, 2023. In line with this, we will stop support for Power BI Desktop on Windows 8.1 on January 31, 2024. After that, Power BI Desktop will only be supported on Windows 10 and newer. The January 2024 release of Power BI Desktop for Report Server will be the last release to support Windows 8.1, and this version will only receive security updates until January 2025 per the Modern Lifecycle Policy.

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On-object | Public Preview (Opt-in)

Introducing On-object! The new way to build and format your visuals. We’ve heard time and again from our user research studies PBI desktop is hard to use. We’ve also seen countless new users struggle to navigate our UI to perform simple actions such as completely missing the fields pane all the way on the right side of the screen, unable to add data to the correct field wells, fishing around the format pane to rename, change colors, or format text styles of their visual. These same users instinctively right-click on areas of the visual expecting a menu to help. Aligning to our new “Office-like” strategy we bring you, on object. A new way to build and format visuals directly on the visual.

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