UI updates; general availability of preview features; as well as promoted and certified datasets, are here now. New AI-powered visuals and features are coming, as are an Office-like UI and natural language query enhancements.
The current generation of Microsoft Power BI has now been in-market for almost four years. And now, as Microsoft Business Applications Summit kicks off in Atlanta, the Power BI user interface is getting a face lift. The platform is also getting new reporting and data curation features. And a slew of new AI features, along with enhancements to the Q&A natural-language query facility, while not being released now, are coming soon.
Author: Andrew Brust