Power BI Pro


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To build a data culture, everyone needs to be able to discover and collaborate on insights. Whether that involves authors creating reports by using the free Power BI Desktop tool, consumers exploring data in the Power BI service or mobile applications, or users of Microsoft 365 using data to make better decisions, Power BI will continue to evolve to make it easier than ever to work with data. To help organizations foster that data culture, we'll invest in the following:

  • Instantly familiar experiences and AI-infused insights: Power BI will continue to advance our creator experiences, making it easier than ever to create beautiful and engaging content for the entire organization. This includes new report authoring tools such as sparklines for table and matrix visuals, artifact-level access for managing Power BI apps, and continued improvements to the datasets hub.
  • Amazing consumer experiences: Consumer experiences will continue to evolve, both in the Power BI service and the Power BI mobile applications. This includes improvements to Excel export from table and matrix visuals, and easy creation from Microsoft Dataverse and Dynamics 365.
  • BI woven into the fabric of the organization: Power BI integration in Microsoft Teams will continue to evolve, deepening the integration in channels, chats, and notifications within Teams.