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|Two different schedules of planned updates to Power BI|
|It can be hard to track down that elusive animal, the Power BI Updates schedule, but we've found two hidden in the Internet undergrowth|
It can be difficult to find any information on what Microsoft are keeping up their (voluminous) sleeves for Power BI, but here are two web pages which give clues.
This web page gives an idea of changes coming for all Power BI products:
Although the page gives changes coming to Power BI, you can also use the left-hand menu to see forthcoming Power Apps and Power Automate changes.
The main takeaway from this seems to be that Power BI is going to be integrated more with Outlook, PowerPoint and Teams. How long before Microsoft introduce a new umbrella term for packages like this? "New Office" anyone?
The other Wise Owl Andy (Gould) unearthed this Power BI report giving a release plan from back in 2019 forward to September 2022:
March was indeed a good month for updates, but I'm not convinced Microsoft are on target with their plans.
I think the most intriguing new feature is probably this one:
This will be followed in August by quick measures using natural language. Will DAX programmers really be out of a job? Somehow I doubt it.
If anyone knows of any other hidden Microsoft websites announcing future changes to Power BI, please let us know so that we can share the information!
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