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The February 2020 Power BI update only really introduces one new feature - the ability to partition your data so that Power BI only needs to refresh the most recent changes.
Posted by Andy Brown on 29 February 2020
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Things waiting in preview
I wouldn't normally cover Power BI features waiting in preview, but there's nothing else to say this month!
These two (ticked) features are the most exciting ones waiting in preview. The hierarchy slicer is a new announcement, and the ribbon has undergone major changes.
The new ribbon
I don't think this will change anyone's life, although the options seem more sensibly allocated to tabs. Here's the Home tab:
The new Home tab.
Here's the new Insert tab:
The new Insert tab.
The new Modeling tab:
This is probably the tab which has changed the most.
And the new View tab:
This tab is much better organised.
These allow you to add more than one field to a slicer:
This slicer allows you to choose by region, town or centre.
You can then choose any level of the hierarchy:
You can choose to show data for chosen regions, towns or centres.
If you're wondering what a horizontal hierarchical slicer would look like, so was I! It appears that the Orientation property isn't available for a hierarchical slicer.