Microsoft Fabric

Microsoft Fabric represents an end-to-end analytical solution that combines Power BI, as a reporting platform, Data Factory, as a data integration service, as well as Microsoft Synapse Data Engineering, Data Warehousing, Data Science and Real Time Analytics. It is designed as a software as a service solution, and the data is stored within the OneLake repository, which enables the storage of structured and unstructured data…

New Card visual

Card is a visualization that is often used in Power BI reports to display some static data, for example: total revenue, total costs, profit, number of employees… This visualization has not changed since the beginning, and since a few months ago Card (new) visual appeared, which has all the functionality of Card and some new features. First, it offers easy simultaneous display of several indicators, and then there are numerous options for their formatting…

On-object interaction

The simplest way to modify Excel charts and add new elements is by using the menu displayed in their upper right corner. Based on this functionality, Power BI received an option for modifying and formatting visualizations, which is called on-object interaction. It enables easy addition, modification and removal of report dimensions and other display elements, as well as customization of the appearance of the visual…

Power BI Dataflows

Dataflows are a feature within Power BI which is used to connect and transform data to utilize them as datasets when designing reports. It is a good way to create reusable datasets that are refreshed each time when a change occurs. They can be used by different users within a company to create reports not only in Power BI, but also in other Power Platform services.

Power BI metrics

Metrics is a functionality that allows you to monitor various indicators within the Power BI service: goals, tasks, ratio numbers, KPIs… Planned and realized metrics can be entered manually, retrieved from reports or linked to some other indicator. Also, data on planned and realized metrics can be pulled down to Power BI Desktop using the new slicer, which enables easier monitoring and coordination between management, executors and report designers.