A two part series on optimizing Q&A in Power BI has been released! Enjoy!
New article on scheduling data refresh via Power BI!
Power BI is kicking into high gear; it’s now generally available!
Microsoft is really ramping up the press and documentation on Power BI. I’m hopeful I’ll get to play around with the preview really soon!
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Awesome update on Power BI with a lot of links!
This is just a quick post to summarise the Power BI-related information that has come to light over the last few weeks; this is all stuff that has been tweeted extensively (follow me!), but I know not everyone spends their life on Twitter so here you go:
- The Power BI mobile app has appeared in the Windows 8 app store. Check out these posts from Jen Underwood, A.J. Mee and Parikshit Savjani for more details:
There’s also a detailed video on YouTube showing a demo of it:
- The maximum size of a workbook you can upload to Power BI will be 250MB, as stated here:
- There’s a new option to use the HTML 5 viewer for Power View reports in the browser:
- The full Power BI online help has been published. Links to all the help docs and more can be found…
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