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Power BI February 2024 Feature Summary

Welcome to the Power BI February 2024 update. We’ve got a lot of great features this month. Here are some key highlights: Visual calculations make it easier than ever to do calculations that were very hard or even impossible. The Power BI home provides a centralized location for all your Power BI desktop activities. Fabric Copilot for Power BI can now add measure descriptions to your semantic model measures. The Power BI add in now supports shareable links to make it easier for people to consume reports. The new Explore feature gives you a better understanding of what’s in the data you’re exploring.

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Power BI December 2023 Feature Summary

Welcome to the Power BI December 2023 update. We’ve got a lot of great features this month. Here are some key highlights: Learn how you can skill up and get ready for the upcoming Fabric Analytics Engineer certification with the Cloud Skills Challenge. Join us at the first annual Microsoft Fabric Community Conference (Mar 26-28 2024)  We’ve made lots of improvement for reporting, for example there are many more options for styling your column and bar charts. If you are a fan of our PowerPoint add-in, you’ll be happy to know we’ve made it easier to find and insert Power BI content into your PowerPoint presentations. Developers can now handle with git merge conflicts directly in the workspace.

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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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