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Power BI February 2021 Feature Summary

Welcome to the first feature summary of 2021! This month, we have a couple of updates on ongoing previews, as well as a new color picker that features RGB color selector and a search bar to make discovery of features easier. Additionally, we are introducing new filter operations and enable subscriptions for reports and dashboards that have row-level security applied. That’s not all though, so read on for all the details.

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Full report attachment for subscriptions for Power BI Premium reports now available

We’re starting off the first full week of December with a bang!  First, we finished rolling out the public preview of Premium per user to all public tenants earlier today.  And now, as if you needed another reason to jump into the preview, we’re pleased to announce one of the most highly requested features on Power BI user voice is now available.

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Announcing Power BI Admins can upgrade classic workspaces and roadmap update

Today’s announcements give a roadmap update for workspace upgrade, content pack deprecation, and announce new tools for Power BI Admins to upgrading classic workspaces through the admin portal. Announcements: Workspace upgrade has reached general availability. We’ve started to roll-out tools for Power BI admins to upgrade classic workspaces. We’re providing a roadmap update below including dates for removing the ability to create, update, and use content packs in classic workspaces.

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Join Us! Power BI Dev Camp! Thursday 17 December, 2020

Step up your game as a Power BI developer by learning how to develop single page applications (SPAs) to embed Power BI reports and dashboards using the ever-popular React.js library. If you’re able to attend this Power BI Dev Camp session on Thursday, December 17th, you’ll learn how to design and develop SPA applications using React components to handle routing, navigation and Power BI embedding.

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Moving on-premises AS and RS BI solutions to Azure – and closer to Power BI

With the availability of virtual machine images for SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) and SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) in Azure Marketplace, you can now more easily migrate your AS and RS BI solutions from on-premises to Azure! This is a great opportunity to move your multidimensional workloads closer to Power BI to reduce the physical distance between your AS servers and your Power BI reports. For the same reasons, it’s also a good idea to deploy Azure VMs running SSRS in the same region as your SSAS VMs, or to migrate your paginated reports to Power BI so that your reports have the most efficient connectivity to their data models.

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