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Power BI July 2024 Feature Summary

Welcome to the July 2024 update. Here are a few, select highlights of the many we have for Power BI. Customize your reference layers in Azure Maps visual, DAX query view is available in live connect and an update to Power BI enhanced report format (PBIR). There is much more to explore, please continue to read on!

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Supporting Azure Active Directory shared device mode (preview) for Power BI Mobile apps

Shared devices are company-owned devices that are shared between employees, often frontline workers, across tasks, shifts, or locations. Most mobile apps, however, are designed for single users, and optimize their experience for use by a single user, with single sign on (SSO) across applications and keeping users signed in on their device. This behavior isn’t suitable for devices that are shared by multiple users. In the case of shared devices, employees expect to pick a device from the pool, “make it theirs” for the duration of their shift, and then to be able, at the end of their shift, to sign out from the device globally and have all their personal and company information removed so they can return the device to the pool. This is exactly what Azure AD’s shared device mode enables.

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Heads up: Changes to Excel workbook support in Power BI workspaces

We are announcing the deprecation of some features for Excel workbooks in Power BI workspaces. This can impact organizations and users who use these capabilities. This blog outlines the changes, the timelines for deprecation, and how to update your workbooks. It also explains how to determine what workbooks in your organization are impacted.

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