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Deep dive in the organizational custom visuals

Custom visuals bring great value to your organization. By using tailor-made visuals, enterprises can tell their own story and visualize data in the best way! In some organizations custom visuals are even more important – they might be necessary to convey specific data or insights unique to the organization, they may have special data requirements, or they may highlight private business methods. Such organizations need to develop their own custom visuals, using the Power BI opensource custom visuals framework. Or find a consultancy service offered by one of our partners. Where organizations can get the custom visuals implemented and designed only for their own use. Such organizations want to share those private visuals throughout their organization, and make sure they are properly maintained and delivered to everyone in the organization. Power BI organizational custom visuals let organizations do just that.

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Tech Tip Thursday: Better use of colors in Power BI

Microsoft's Guy in a Cube has been providing tips and tricks for Power BI and Business Intelligence on his YouTube channel since 2014. Occasionally on Thursdays we highlight a different helpful video from his collection. In this video, Guy in a Cube has a special guest presenter: regular Power BI webinar host Chuck Sterling! Chuck talks about color themes, one of his favorite new features. He looks at how you can quickly create your own themes to use within Power BI, or browse the Themes Gallery in the community to get pre-created themes from others.

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Tech Tip Thursday: Guy in a Cube's favorite Power BI feature?

Microsoft's Guy in a Cube has been providing tips and tricks for Power BI and Business Intelligence on his YouTube channel since 2014. Occasionally on Thursdays we highlight a different helpful video from his collection. In this video, Guy in a Cube, a.k.a. Adam Saxton, looks at one of his favorite Power BI features that you may not be using. Can you guess what it is? Here's a hint: this feature might get you talking...

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