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Posted by Andy Brown on 14 August 2019
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Roadmaps showing future changes to Power BI
So there are now three ways that we know of to see what's coming to Power BI!
Method 1 - Preview Features
So this is the one that we knew about - you can go into the Power BI options menu:
Choose this menu option.
This then allows you to see what's waiting in preview:
Features coming to a desktop near you soon.
Method 2 - release notes
So we (well, Andy Gould) has recently discovered that in April 2019 Microsoft released a roadmap of forthcoming changes over the next 6 months:
Many of the changes have already been incorporated, but the ones for September make exciting reading!
I don't know whether this blog will be refreshed every 6 months, but it's certainly worth revisiting this page regularly to see if it's updated.
Method 3 - BI new features
Mysteriously, Microsoft have a separate webpage which gives a slightly longer-term view of changes coming for Power BI, but essentially seems to say the same things:
Some of the changes coming to Power BI Desktop soon.
Of these changes the new Office ribbon is the one which makes our hearts sink, as we will have to - yet again - update all of our courseware!