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Updates to Power BI Desktop for September 2022
Part one 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 month is - surprisingly - another small update. There are 3 changes worth mentioning:
You can now format mobile reports differently to desktop ones.
When you add a field to a table, the column name by default shows what summarisation function Power BI is using.
By default when you show two fields in the X axis of a chart Power BI will display these separately in a hierarchy, rather than concatenate the labels.
You can see more details on any of these changes by clicking on the relevant link above. Here's a quick view of features waiting in preview:
I've put a box round the features I'm most excited about, although I'm beginning to lose hope that any of the features above the green line will ever make it into production.
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