Microsoft has announced the release of Power BI Desktop: February 2020 and you can read all about it here: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/power-bi-desktop-february-2020-feature-summary/ I am very happy about incremental refresh, which is now generally available and is now supported for Power BI Pro licensing, meaning it is no longer a Premium only feature! Read all about that here: Read More →

I recently came across a question in the Business Central forum: How do I get information about Posted Sales Shipments in Power BI? And this is not a standalone question, I get these questions a lot in my training’s that I deliver all over the world. Many times I see answers suggesting to use existing Read More →

When you use the Power BI Desktop connector for Business Central: you will see all your environments (production, sandboxes,…): And if you try this in the latest version, with the new look & feel, you will see something like this: Nice to see an idea implemented ! 😎https://t.co/W1AO5qrZMI #msdyn365bc #PowerBI pic.twitter.com/YSCNKTFBUu — Steven Renders (@srenders) Read More →

(Copied from: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/power-bi-desktop-september-2019-feature-summary) You’ll notice one of our exciting updates right away when creating new reports with the September update of Power BI Desktop, a new, modern default theme! Not only do we have a new default theme, but we’ve more than doubled the number of built-in theme options for your report. If you’re a Read More →

(Copied from: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/power-bi-desktop-august-2019-feature-summary/) Our August release has another hotly anticipated feature from the Microsoft Business Application Summit, grouping. Grouping in reports, similar to PowerPoint’s grouping, lets you easily organize groups of visuals to move and resize them as a set. This month’s release also has some updates to our newest features, such as an icon Read More →

(Copied from: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/nl-nl/blog/announcing-the-new-filter-experience-for-power-bi-reports/) The wait is over! This month we are incredibly excited to announce that the new filter experience is now generally available! We have updated the look and feel and added a ton of new functionality. Let’s walk through what’s included in the new filter experience! Pop-up Filter List With the new filter Read More →

(Copied from: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/power-bi-desktop-july-2019-feature-summary/) With this month comes the first feature release from our announcements at Microsoft Business Application Summit, Icon sets, which also addresses our current #1 idea on ideas.powerbi.com. On top of this major update, we have incremental improvements for many of our existing features, such as a counts experience for the Key influencers Read More →

Please have a look at this article from Brian Meier: https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/dynamics365/it/2019/07/17/power-bi-apps-for-dynamics-365-business-central-and-dynamics-nav/ Starting September 1, 2019, content packs are no longer supported on Power BI online. Because of that,  updates are no longer supported, and these content packs have been removed from powerbi.com and replaced with Power BI apps. The Power BI apps are now available in Microsoft AppSource and Read More →

(Copied from: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/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 Read More →

(Copied from: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/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 Read More →