Dynamic titles in Power BI can be really useful. What about a multi-line title? Patrick is answering a commenter's question on how to create a two-line dynamic title! Dynamic Titles in Power BI Desktop https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYLKDPcvgK8
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You've probably heard of Microsoft Purview somewhere. Buck Woody joins Patrick to highlight how Microsoft Purview can help you with data governance. From cataloging to lineage, Purview is a key component for your data strategy! Connect with Buck: https://twitter.com/BuckWoodyMSFT https://www.linkedin.com/in/buckwoody/ Microsoft Purview: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/purview/purview https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/compliance/?view=o365-worldwide https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/purview/
Every struggle with writing DAX and having to flip between the report view and the model view in Power BI Desktop? The struggle was real! Patrick shows you a new update that overcomes this!
We get a lot of questions about Power BI dataflows and when to use them. Patrick explores a use case that screams for using dataflows! Are you taking this approach?
You've probably heard the term lakehouse with various services like Azure Synapse Analytics. But what actually is a lakehouse? And why is it different from a data warehouse?
Most struggle with getting Q&A to be effective in Power BI. Usually this comes down to either model naming or synonyms. Patrick shows you how you can update these and also a nice feature to let you share them with others.
Using notebooks in Azure Synapse Analytics? Do you find yourself wanting to have a dynamic value for use with your pipelines? Patrick shows you how you can accomplish this!
We tell you to push your transformations upstream as much as possible. But you don't know how to write SQL. That's ok, let Power Query do it for you to move your project forward. Patrick shows you how!
Using PySpark in Azure Synapse Analytics and found that my regular way of concatenating two strings in T-SQL didn't work. I figured out what you need to do to make this work.
You can do amazing things in Power Query! Maybe you think to create a function. But do you really need a function for that? Or is it over complicating things?