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This month's update doesn't include many changes - the biggest being probably the emergence of the hierarchical slicer from preview.
- Power BI June 2020 update - summary of new features (this blog)
- Hierarchical slicers
- Much-improved mobile report designer
- Individual dots on line charts
- Automatic refresh
- AI insights in Query Editor
Posted by Andy Brown on 28 June 2020
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Power BI June 2020 update - summary of new features
What's new in the June 2020 update of Power BI? Not much (at least in comparison to the last 2 or 3 busy months):
|Hierarchical slicers||You can include more than one field in a slicer.|
|Mobile report designer||It's easier now to create reports customised for mobile phones.|
|Line chart dot colours||You can show different points on a line chart using different colours|
|Automatic refresh||If you're using Direct Query, you can tell Power BI to refresh your data periodically, or when a measure changes.|
|AI insights||You can access Microsoft's text and image AI programs ... if you have a Power BI Premium licence.|
Oh, and the new Power BI ribbon is now officially live, and not just a preview feature (but you've probably been using it for a couple of months already).