Billets classés : Announcements

Coming soon: Changes to the Power BI service – simpler navigation, improvements to lists on Home, and style updates

We continue to iteratively improve experiences that help you find relevant content and return to your work in the Power BI service. Upon hearing your feedback, conducting usability tests, and running successful A/B experiments we’re sharing the following changes coming to all users in early June 2022. Here’s what’s coming: Navigation changes – the introduction of the Browse page which merges Favorites, Recent, and Shared with me. Changes to Home – improved lists on Home now show all content for those lists, not just the first 12. We also added filters and the ability to search those lists in-page. Style updates – Power BI styles (colors, icons, fonts, and more) will be updated to align with the Fluent design system.

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Detect upload of sensitive information to Power BI using Microsoft 365 data loss prevention policies

Today we’re happy to announce that we’re extending Microsoft 365 DLP policies for Power BI to support detection of uploading sensitive information such as social security and credit card numbers, leveraging Microsoft’s built-in sensitive information types and/or custom information types defined by your organization in the Microsoft 365 compliance center.

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Update to required permissions when using composite models on a Power BI dataset

The ability to create a composite model on top of a Power BI dataset or an Azure Analysis Services model is in preview since December 2020. Since then, we have seen great adoption of this feature and have received great feedback that allowed us to make it even better! The team has been hard at work readying the feature for general availability, and although we are not announcing that today, we have great news to share regarding permissions.

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