Power BI November 2022 Feature Summary
Welcome to the November 2022 update! This month we introduce an Optimize ribbon which makes your report creation experience more streamlined, especially if you are working in DirectQuery mode. Also new this month are Linked Metrics and a new EvaluateAndLog DAX function that enable you to log intermediate values of your DAX expressions. There is more to explore, so please read on!
Accelerate your migration experience from Azure Analysis Services to Power BI Premium with the automated migration tool
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Join Us! Power BI Dev Camp: Thursday 17 November 2022: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (noon) PDT
Join us to learn how to manage challenges faced by Power BI Admins with monitoring and troubleshooting multiple on-premises Data Gateway Clusters.
Announcing support for paginated reports in Power BI Pro
As part of the continued Power BI innovations, we’re excited to announce the support for paginated reports in Power BI Pro at this year’s PASS Data Community Summit. Now Microsoft Power BI customers have the flexibility to create and consume interactive reports as well as paginated reports using Power BI Pro.
New cache refresh settings available in Power BI Premium
ClientCacheRefreshPolicy is now a configurable property for your Power BI Premium workspaces. Admins can override scheduled cache refresh settings for an entire workspace, improving the performance of their semantic models.
Save a copy of a report & Collapse navigation pane in Organizational App
We are thrilled to announce that based on your feedback, we have decided to bring back the feature that allowed app consumers to save copies of reports to their My Workspace. Further, app authors can now by default collapse the app navigation pane for their app consumer.
For more information, view the blog here: November 2022 | Microsoft Power BI Blog | Microsoft Power BI
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