Posts tagged: Q&A

April 2019 Power BI Desktop Release

April is an exciting month for Power BI Desktop! Our April update has major updates across the entire product. This release adds the ability to define the titles of your visuals and the URLs of your buttons based on DAX expressions, which is only our first step towards making every property of a visual expression-based. You can also now easily link reports within a workspace together with across-report drillthrough support. We have a lot of new connectors this month and several of our preview connectors are now generally available, including the Power BI dataflows and PDF connectors. Data prep gets some major updates as well with the GA of data profiling and M intellisense.

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Q&A New Dashboard Update

We are excited to announce the rollout of the new Q&A dashboard experience. This new update aims to align the existing Q&A experience found inside reports and merges this into the Q&A for dashboards interface. One of the most notable changes is the inclusion of the suggestions side pane which is available for all users. The suggestions … Continue reading “Q&A New Dashboard Update”

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Power BI Desktop March 2019 Feature Summary

This month we have a lot of exciting announcements. Two of our most requested features on UserVoice are releasing this month, heat maps and single select slicers. Additionally, we are making our complete facelift of the modeling view generally available. New DAX functions and improvements to existing features, such as buttons and the selection pane, round out this update.

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Power BI Desktop February 2019 Feature Summary

The February update for Power BI Desktop has a preview of our new Key Influencers visual, which lets you perform key drivers analysis over your data with just a few clicks. We also have some major updates for Q&A with the addition of auto-generated questions and the ability to ask Insights related questions. Our partners and community have added a lot of new connectors and custom visuals this month as well. Lastly, to round things out, we have some formatting and visual improvements this month.

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