Posts tagged: pdf

End-User Filtered Export capabilities now available

For the third straight week, we’re delivering on the item I’ve heard more end-user feedback around than any other we’d promised to deliver in the October blogpost.  At long last, you and your users will be able to export their Power BI reports to either PDF or PowerPoint and have their selections on the screen … Continue reading “End-User Filtered Export capabilities now available”

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Export to PDF and On-Demand E-Mail Subscriptions Now Available

For the second week in a row, we’re continuing to build on the capabilities we’d promised to deliver in the October blog post around managed distribution of content.  These two new features are both rolling out now across the globe, and you should see them available in your tenant by Feb 10th. Export to PDF The first … Continue reading “Export to PDF and On-Demand E-Mail Subscriptions Now Available”

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Power BI Desktop November 2018 Feature Summary

We have a massive Power BI Desktop update this month. Composite models, which allow you combine direct query and import sources together in one model, is now generally available. Two of the top feature requests on UserVoice, expand/collapse on the matrix and copy and pasting visuals between Desktop files, are also shipping this month. We are previewing a completely revamped filter pane that is highly customizable and have a ton of other product updates as well!

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Power BI Desktop September 2018 Feature Summary

We are very excited to announce that as part of our September update, we have a preview of aggregations, which allows you to seamlessly store only summarized values in memory without having to load your entire dataset into Power BI, greatly improving the performance of your reports. This month also includes a preview of a PDF file connector, which is the most requested connector on UserVoice; and one of our biggest updates to our advanced query editor in quite a while, M intellisense.

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Power BI Desktop August 2018 Feature Summary

Our August release is filled with features that address some of the top requests we’ve heard from users. The most exciting of which is our Export to PDF feature which is geared towards our #1 feature request on UserVoice, printing in Power BI Desktop. We also have an exciting update for data scientists and statisticians with our new Python integration.

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