Power Break 2021-04-19
Our guest will be:
Using Excel as a reporting and analysis tool for Power BI data
Once you have built a Power BI dataset there are several options for displaying the data in it: classic Power BI reports, paginated reports and Excel. This session is all about the third option, Excel. You’ll learn how to connect Excel to a Power BI dataset and use PivotTables, Excel cube functions and the new Excel data types to build reports. You’ll also get a sneak preview of upcoming functionality which allows your Power BI-connected Excel reports to work in the browser and not just in Excel on the desktop.
Power Break! in english
You always have a lot on your mind and would like to talk about one of your favourite topics in the Power Platform area? No problem, from now on we will organize a Power Break every two weeks where you can get actively involved.
Be the one who starts the discussion or the person who critically questions the topic or just ask your questions. You can decide.
The event will last 30-45 minutes. The topic will be introduced briefly and then we will start with an exciting discussion. There will always be a small survey where you can ask your questions about the current topic in advance. These will be answered at the end of the session. For all questions that are more extensive or we, due to lack of time, do not manage to answer, we will summarize them in a short blog post afterwards.
The language of the sessions depends on the respective speaker. But we will always inform you about the language of the sessions.
We will always publish the respective topic one week before the date.
I would be very happy to hear from you on one or the other topic!
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