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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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Improving the communication performance of XMLA-based tools

We are thrilled to announce that we have made some significant performance improvements to the XMLA-endpoint communication in Power BI. Specifically, we have switched XMLA-based communication from plain text XML to binary XML and enabled compression for the .NET client libraries. Make sure you upgrade to version 19.61.1.4 or later to benefit from this improvement.

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Join us October 1-6, 2023, at the second annual Power Platform Conference in Las Vegas!

Register today and join me at the second annual Power Platform Conference, sponsored by Microsoft, this October in Las Vegas. You can discover, connect, and explore in-person across keynotes, sessions, breakouts, and more—all dedicated to helping you learn more about the newest features in the Microsoft Power Platform portfolio (Power BI, Power Apps, Power Automate, Power Pages, and Power Virtual Agents) and our latest innovations like Microsoft Fabric and Copilot. This is a can’t-miss opportunity to gain hands-on knowledge directly from Microsoft leaders and community experts!

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Announcing the Public Preview of automatic replica synchronization for Dataset Scale-Out

We are excited to announce that we have finalized Dataset Scale-Out configuration APIs and completed the replica synchronization feature. Specifically, you no longer need to enable Scale-Out at the workspace level by using a burdensome XMLA request. The XMLA command is deprecated and will no longer work. You can now enable Scale-Out on a dataset-by-dataset basis using the Power BI REST API for datasets. You also no longer need to synchronize read-only replicas manually if you want to take advantage of automatic replica synchronization. Automatic replica synchronization is enabled by default. However, it is also possible to disable automatic synchronization to synchronize the read/write and read-only replicas of a dataset manually for controlled refresh isolation.

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