Changes introduced in the June 2019 Power BI update
Part two of a seven-part series of blogs

Although there aren't many changes this month, the ones that there are of unusually high quality. The new look to Power BI is welcome (even if it does mean we have to rewrite all of our courseware), and we're looking forward to using the new conditional formatting options and visual header tooltips.

  1. Changes introduced in the June 2019 Power BI update
  2. A new look-and-feel (sob!) (this blog)
  3. More conditional formats / expression-bound formatting
  4. It is now possible to filter slicers themselves
  5. Visual header tooltips
  6. Assorted other minor changes
  7. Features waiting in preview

For a cumulative list of all of the updates to Power BI Desktop in the last few years see this blog, or have a look at the Power BI courses that we run.

Posted by Andy Brown on 14 June 2019

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A new look-and-feel (sob!)

Oh Microsoft, Microsoft - did you have to?  Power BI has lost its black-and-yellow look and gone mainstream:

New look and feel

Power BI is less black and more modern-looking.

We applaud this change - we really do - but did Microsoft spare a thought for the poor Power BI training company, already struggling to keep up with the monthly updates?

In a single change Microsoft have condemned us to redo every single screen shot in our Introduction to Power BI, Advanced Power BI and DAX course manuals!  At least we'll save money on black toner ...

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