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Welcome to the February 2023 update! This month, we’ve added TypeScript support in the developer playground sandbox, several new formatting features for reporting, and so much more. Continue reading for more details on our new features!
Welcome to the October 2022 update. This month’s update is packed with exciting updates to features like Power BI metrics, Modeling, Deployment pipelines, and more. Please read on for all the details, and feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments below the post. We would love to hear from you!
Announcing submetric roll ups in Power BI Metrics: automatically aggregate submetric values to a parent metric, allowing less time updating data, and more time tracking performance.
Hear about the latest updates to Datamart in Power BI since the //Build announcement
With sophisticated models and scalable compute, Artificial Intelligence becomes a realistic tool for data analysts. Power BI helps you get insights from your data. Now, with access to a set of models from Azure Cognitive Services and your custom models in Azure ML, you can easily enrich those insights with AI. Cognitive services in Power BI gives you access … Continue reading “Easy access to AI in Power BI (Preview)”
We are happy to announce that we have just released the March update for the On-premises data gateway (version 3000.2.52) Note: The latest March build number is now 3000.2.52(was previously 3000.2.47). In this latest release, we fixed a bug which was causing some of the scheduled refreshes via the gateway to intermittently fail with timeout … Continue reading “On-premises data gateway March update is now available”
We have a 5-minute survey regarding the default theme color when you publish a Power BI app to your consumers. We’d love for you to tell us what your preference is for the default color preference and why that is important to you.
The Power Platform World Tour is well underway with a huge success at Tampa, recently wrapped up its second stop in Silicon Valley, California and Washington DC and Chicago right around the corner. With 24+ breakout sessions covering topics across the entire Power Platform, expert speakers, and great conversations fueled by gallons of coffee, it’s … Continue reading “The Power Platform World Tour: 2 Stops Down… Endless Possibilities To Go”
Today we are happy to announce our January update of Power BI Report Server! This release has many highly anticipated features such as copy and pasting between pbix files, expand & collapse on matrix row header, and row-level security support. Read on to learn more about these and many other new capabilities we’ve added in … Continue reading “Power BI Report Server Update – January 2019”
Join us for a Tour of an improved Power BI navigation experience makes it easy to monitor and analyze your key business metrics.
Power BI Dataflows now support multiple independent ADLSGen2 storage accounts, configurable by workspace admins.
This blog post covers the latest updates for Power BI embedded analytics and Power BI visuals platform
See which Data Story we really liked in June and July as well as the honorable mentions. Find out the themes we’re looking for in upcoming months at the end of the blog.
We’re excited to announce new developer samples for Power BI embedded analytics. These new samples should help developers get up and running quickly in a variety of programing languages and frameworks, and provide examples of REST APIs calls from different programing languages.
Refresh Summaries Announcement
We’ve got another PBI Community recap for you!
We’re excited to announce the new Power BI tab for Microsoft Teams with support for reports in the new workspace experiences, Power BI apps, and paginated reports. Add the tab to your channels and chats so it’s easy to find and track the data you and your teams need to achieve your objectives. your job done.
March Gateway release
We are thrilled to announce an additional layer of capabilities, allowing you to export a Power BI report by using a REST call, to the following file formats: PDF, PPTX (PowerPoint) and PNG.
This blog post covers the latest updates for Power BI Developers community. Don’t forget to check out the January blog post, if you haven’t done so already. Power BI Embedded Here is the list of…
We are excited to announce that we have just released the February update for the On-premises data gateway. Here are some of the things that we would like to highlight with this month’s release: You…
Week 4/11 Webinars: Load Testing Power BI Applications with Visual Studio Load Test and Getting Started with Model Driven Apps in PowerApps
Two great Webinars for the week of 4/11: Load Testing Power BI Applications with Visual Studio Load Test and Getting Started with CDS for Apps based Model Driven Apps
2/1 Webinar: SharePoint Loves PowerApps! A Summary of SharePoint/PowerApps features by Ashish Trivedi
In this session, we will summarise the SharePoint features which are being made available in PowerApps. This include, built in support for different field types, new/edit/display forms, built in connectors or rules, connecting to sources or triggering a flow on button clicks. This session will be all around SharePoint and how PowerApps strengthen the SharePoint. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQl8L-8Ggvk
This month conditional formatting gets a major update with the ability to control the color based on rules. If you have a slow data source, we now have report options that help limit the number of queries that are sent to the source. Finally, we are also adding several formatting features, including cell alignment for table and matrix, and precise control over the order of overlapping charts on your report.
Microsoft Senior Program Manager Christian Berg is back with another entry in his series on becoming your organization’s strategic advisor with Machine Learning and Power BI. In part 6, he lookd at connecting to an Azure ML Studio experiment with an Rviz and then building on that to create a dynamic report to explore cross price elasticities. He also looks at a simpler example where we instead use DAX to explore the impact of different discount percentages, based on an assumption about our elasticity.