Here is the weekly BI-RoundUp, so let’s get into it

Power BI – Service & Mobile Update

As you can see above there now is an option to share a report with the current filter and slicers that are enabled. This is great because it will mean that you can have a subscription report that will send it out every time with the applied filters and slicers.

There is the updated Gateway connections a lot easier with greater visibility to show you what you need to do to get it working.

The On-Premise Data Gateway has been updated to the June Edition of the Mashup Engine.

And finally, for the Mobile Report canvas they have increased the amount of tiles to be larger and longer.

You can find more details here: Power BI Service and Mobile June Feature Summary

Power BI – Create Power BI Reports from Excel or CSV Files in SharePoint Online

I was not aware that there have been updates in SharePoint online, where if you have got an Excel file with a table formatted or a CSV file, there is the option to now Open in Power BI.

This will then open it in Power BI and automatically be connected to your SharePoint Online files. Which in turn means when you update the files on SharePoint online, it will automatically be updated in the Power BI Service without having to use the On-Premise Data Gateway.

You can find the full blog details here: New feature: Create Power BI reports from tables in Excel files and CSV files

2 thoughts on “BI-RoundUp – Power BI (Service & Mobile Update – Create Power BI reports from Excel & CSV Files in SharePoint Online)”

  1. This is an announcement of forthcoming functionality, as far as I know it’s not live anywhere yet. I don’t see it in the SP Online environments of two of my clients that are on different continents.

    1. Hi there,

      This will be rolled out to customers, starting with the USA Customers as far as I can tell.

      So hopefully it should be available soon.

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