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Enabling intelligent experiences with Power BI for developers, data scientists, and data engineers

Since our launch over five years ago, Microsoft Power BI has been enthusiastically adopted by developers across the spectrum. Today we have over three million active developers on Power BI—who harness the power of data, provide actionable insights, and deliver cloud-native intelligent experiences. Today, over 15,000 independent software vendors (ISVs) and enterprise customers use Power BI’s embedded APIs to build analytic experiences into their applications. At Microsoft Build, we are delighted to celebrate our developers and share some exciting updates for our next generation of developer experiences.

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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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Support of external tools in Power BI Desktop is GA

We are excited to announce General Availability (GA) of support for external tools within the Power BI Desktop authoring experience so that you can leverage a wide range of additional semantic modeling features, DAX query/expression optimization and authoring utilities, and application lifecycle management (ALM) capabilities in Power BI Desktop to boost your productivity as a world-class Power BI solution creator.

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Power BI Desktop July 2020 Feature Summary

We have great updates this month! These updates include several enhancements to Q&A, gradient legend support, ability to further customize slicer header text, the general availability release for both relative time filter and model view enabled for live connect, the ability to launch external tools from Power BI Desktop, and more! Check out the full blog to learn more about all the updates and enhancements.

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Power BI Desktop May 2020 Feature Summary

We have lots of great updates this release! We’re super excited to announce this month that both the decomposition tree and drill through button actions are now generally available. On top of this, we have several new features and updates that will really enrich your reporting: curate featured tables for Excel, new Apply button for the filter pane to apply all changes at once, enhancements to change detection and page navigation action, support for images in buttons, and more!

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Power BI Desktop March 2020 Feature Summary

We have great updates this month! We are releasing new button actions, multi-column sort for tables, dual axis for line chart, a search for the filter pane, updates to decomposition tree, and much more! We are also releasing a preview of an enhanced dataset metadata feature, which will be foundational for XMLA read/write and for management of Power BI dataset and the migration of Analysis Services workloads to Power BI. Check out the full blog to learn more about all the updates and enhancements this month.

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Power BI Desktop February 2020 Feature Summary

We are super excited for our update this month! We are releasing two of our top community requests: incremental refresh for Pro and hierarchical slicer. Additionally, we’ve added some improvements to the new ribbon and a couple new DAX functions. Since our last release, there have been several new custom visuals released on AppSource, so be sure to try them out! If you want to learn about all the updates and enhancements this month, check out the full blog.

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Power BI Desktop June 2019 Feature Summary

Hopefully, you are either enjoying the start of the Microsoft Business Applications Summit or watching all the exciting news and announcements on social media! To go along with all those other announcements, we, of course, also have a big update for our June update for Power BI Desktop. There are a lot of new features and updates to the existing features this month. Some of the highlights include a top UserVoice ask, visual level filters for slicers, and more formatting options that can be changed based on expressions. We also modernized our side panes and added support in Power BI Desktop for shared and certified datasets, a much anticipated capability that will help our customers establish single sources of truth in their organizations and to continue driving a data culture based on collaboration and sharing.

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Power BI Desktop May 2019 Feature Summary

We have an exciting release this month. On top of incremental improvements for several of our recent released features, such as the key influencers visual and our new filter pane, we also have a new performance analyzer pane. This new pane lets you get a behind the scenes view of what’s happening when your report … Continue reading “Power BI Desktop May 2019 Feature Summary”

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Power BI Desktop March 2019 Feature Summary

This month we have a lot of exciting announcements. Two of our most requested features on UserVoice are releasing this month, heat maps and single select slicers. Additionally, we are making our complete facelift of the modeling view generally available. New DAX functions and improvements to existing features, such as buttons and the selection pane, round out this update.

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