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Power BI May 2021 Feature Summary

It’s just over a week after MBAS. The storm has quieted down, and life is back to normal. This can only mean one thing – it’s time for this month’s update! Next to all the things we covered at MBAS there are more things happening, including a new preview of visual tooltips. Next to that, you can now quickly create reports from SharePoint lists and sensitivity labels are not inherited downstream. There is so much more in this update, so read on!

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Microsoft Business Application Summit Recap

There is a big chance you haven’t been able to catch all the news at MBAS or that some items just escaped your attention as they were drowned out by the next big thing. Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. In this post we do our best to recap what happened en provide links to the detail blog posts where applicable. Also, we’ll list the session so you can go and re-watch them.

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Introducing Goals in Power BI

Organizations exist to achieve business objectives and in today’s data driven world, we know that progress is measured through data. However, this is often challenging as goal tracking systems are disconnected from your business data and often require manual updates. Not only that, but goals need to be optimized for teamwork, tightly integrated into core business processes, and easily extended. We are very excited to announce the public preview of Goals in Power BI. Read more in this blog!

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Driving a data culture with Power BI– Empowering individuals, every team, and every organization

Microsoft Business Applications Summit is one of my favorite events of the year. While we connect with our customers, our community, and our partners every day, at the Microsoft Business Applications Summit, we share some of our most important announcements on our strategy and roadmap. We prepare and deliver some really exciting demos and our product managers and engineers look forward to answering all of your questions.

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Community and third-party tools for developing enterprise-level Power BI and Analysis Services models

Over the past few years, along with the high adoption rate of Power BI, also came the development of new tools by the Power BI community. Customers, partners, and individual users are contributing tools that improve the productivity of users creating models and reports in Power BI. It’s an evolution of a trend that started several years ago with tools that support developers using Analysis Services as a backend platform for their enterprise Business Intelligence solutions.

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Using XMLA endpoints to change data sources in a Power BI dataset

The purpose of this article is to provide Power BI developers with a deeper understanding of the dependencies when updating data sources in a Power BI dataset through XMLA endpoints. Most importantly, Power BI maintains security-related data source information such as credentials and privacy settings outside the dataset, whereas Azure Analysis Services and SQL Server Analysis Services maintain these settings in the data model.

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