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Updates to Power BI Desktop for September 2022
Part three of a four-part series of blogs
You can now format reports differently for mobile view and display X axis labe`s hierarchically by default. One other tiny change is that default column titles in tables now include the summarisation method used.
This is a very small change, but one which impact all Power BI report designers. If you add a numerical field to a table:
I'm about to show the quantity of purchases for each region in a table.
You now get this:
The heading for the column says Sum of quantity, showing which aggregation has been used.
Microsoft introduced this change following feedback from users: apparently people were getting confused as to which aggregation function had been used for a column, so Power BI will now always shown this by default (although obviously you can subsequently rename the column).
If you want to apply this feature to existing reports that you've created, you can:
The setting to change in File > Options and settings > Options.
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