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Come to Microsoft Business Applications Summit this May
on 17.1.2020 at 8:00
Our business applications community is growing, so we needed a different venue, resulting in a new date and location for the Microsoft Business Applications Summit May 6–7, 2020 in Dallas, Texas. We hope to see you there!
5 reasons to use aggregations in Power BI
by Kasper on 13.1.2020 at 15:57
A lot has already been written on aggregations and it is one of the most exciting features of Power BI in a while. The guys at SQLBI did a session...The post 5 reasons to use aggregations in Power BI appeared first on Kasper On BI.
Premium Capacity Metrics app – new health center with KPIs to explore relevant metrics and steps to mitigate issues
on 13.1.2020 at 15:42
When you open the Power BI Premium metrics app you’re presented with the Capacity health center, which provides an overview of the health of your Power BI Premium capacity.
Power BI Dataset Refresh Scheduling Using Outlook And Power Automate
by Chris Webb on 13.1.2020 at 9:00
When the new “Refresh a dataset” action for Power Automate (formerly Flow) was released last year I couldn’t help thinking there must be something really cool you could do with it – I just didn’t know what. There are lots of great resources explaining the basics (see Jon Levesque’s video here for example) and […]
Extracting Data from Complex Web Pages with Power BI
by Matt Allington on 8.1.2020 at 1:00
Back in 2018 I wrote an article showing how to extract data from websites using Power Query in Excel. For simple websites this process is very straightforward. For more complex websites the process is not … Extracting Data from Complex Web Pages with Power BI Read More
Power BI Pixel – A new way to track usage on Power BI
by Gil Raviv on 6.1.2020 at 18:03
Back in May 2019, I introduced the Power BI Pixel technique to track usage on Power BI. In today’s post, I will share the detailed implementation steps to help you build your own Power BI Pixel and track users and the filter selections they make in your Power BI report. Note: If you care about The post Power BI Pixel – A new way to […]
Performance Overhead Of Using Power BI Custom Visuals
by Chris Webb on 6.1.2020 at 8:00
Power BI custom visuals may make your report slow to load
Happy New Year from Power BI Desktop!
on 2.1.2020 at 8:29
Happy New Year! In honor of the new year, our team put together this fun video where we reveal what makes Power BI what it is today! Enjoy!
Power BI and the year 2019 in review
by Kasper on 30.12.2019 at 15:25
As the end of the year closes I was reminiscing on what a huge year it has been for Power BI. I work mostly with large organisations so my view...The post Power BI and the year 2019 in review appeared first on Kasper On BI.
Fifteenth Blog Birthday
by Chris Webb on 30.12.2019 at 11:41
Every year, on the anniversary of the first-ever post on this blog, I write a post summarising my thoughts on what’s happening in the world of Microsoft BI and what I’m up to professionally. This year has seen bigger changes than most: in June I closed down my company, gave up being self-employed after thirteen
On-premises data gateway December 2019 update is now available
on 26.12.2019 at 14:01
December version of the gateway
New “Diagnose Step” Power Query Feature In Power BI
by Chris Webb on 23.12.2019 at 8:00
One new feature that was introduced in the December 2019 release of Power BI Desktop, but which wasn’t mentioned in the release blog post, is the “Diagnose Step” button on the Tools tab of the Power Query Editor ribbon: As you might have guessed, it’s closely related to the Query Diagnostics functionality that was introduced
New Year Resolution – Let’s dispel the misconception that #PowerBI is a #DataViz Tool
by Gil Raviv on 21.12.2019 at 21:08
Share this Infographic poster with your colleagues and The post New Year Resolution – Let’s dispel the misconception that #PowerBI is a #DataViz Tool appeared first on DataChant.
Introducing the Power BI Activity Log
on 21.12.2019 at 11:52
We are excited to announce the availability of a new Power BI API called the activity log, which enables Power BI service admins to track user and admin activities within a Power BI tenant.
Deprecating TLS 1.0 and 1.1 support in Power BI
on 19.12.2019 at 12:15
Announcing the deprecation of TLS 1.1 and 1.0 in allignment with O365 announcemetn here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/troubleshoot/security/prepare-tls-1.2-in-office-365
Heads up: The Publish to web default is changing and it affects who can create public embed codes
on 17.12.2019 at 13:41
In the coming weeks we will roll out a change to our default settings that requires Power BI admins to allow public embedding before end users can create new embed codes using Publish to web. The change will not affect existing embed codes, which will keep working as they have been. Read this blog to learn when the changes are coming and how you […]
Power BI Mobile “new look” is now GA and includes your activity feed
on 17.12.2019 at 2:33
Today, the new look for Power BI Mobile is generally available (GA) and becomes the default look for all users. You no longer need to turn the new look on in the app settings (and, you also can’t turn it off). So, now when you open Power BI mobile app, you’ll land on the new home page, where you can easily find and access the most […]
Take a Tour of the New Sales & Returns Sample Report
on 16.12.2019 at 9:54
We’re excited to introduce a new Power BI sample report for you to play around with. This report includes new features, shows designs factors you should take into consideration when building a report, and has been optimized Power BI Desktop, service, and mobile. You can see how visuals from AppSource can be added to your reports, how they […]
Testing Performance Of Power BI Reports In The Browser, Part 3
by Chris Webb on 16.12.2019 at 7:48
In part 1 of this series I talked about why you might want to test the performance of your Power BI report in the browser; in part 2 I showed how you could test report performance in the browser; and in this blog post I’ll walk through an example of a report that is slow
Help improve Power BI – December 2019
on 16.12.2019 at 7:25
We love hearing feedback from the Power BI community! Today, we have another bi-annual survey to keep improving Power BI (both Desktop and Service) with your feedback.
Building a dataculture with Power BI
by Kasper on 13.12.2019 at 9:10
I meet a lot of customers in my job, either through the Microsoft field or at conferences and many times we hear the same: “We love Power BI and we...The post Building a dataculture with Power BI appeared first on Kasper On BI.
Learn AAD when you manage a Power BI environment
by Kasper on 11.12.2019 at 13:55
I get many questions around Power BI and security related features. Users and customers often don’t realize that most of their requirements can actually be solved by AAD. Power BI...The post Learn AAD when you manage a Power BI environment appeared first on Kasper On BI.
How I designed a layered donut chart
by Prathy Kamasani on 9.12.2019 at 14:30
This is a long overdue post, probably one of the most received questions on my blog was, How I designed a visual in one of my Power BI reports I… The post How I designed a layered donut chart appeared first on Prathy's Blog....
Testing Performance Of Power BI Reports In The Browser, Part 2
by Chris Webb on 9.12.2019 at 13:39
In the first part of this series I talked about why you might want to test the performance of a Power BI report in the browser, as opposed to using Performance Analyzer in Power BI Desktop, and the different factors you have to take into account when doing this kind of testing. In this post
Build your custom visual with Charticulator and Power BI
by Kasper on 4.12.2019 at 19:46
Recently I attended an excellent session by Andy Kirk on the state of data visualization for 2019. One of the tools Andy is most excited about is called Charticulator. For...The post Build your custom visual with Charticulator and Power BI appeared first on Kasper On BI.