Power BI June Update

Dustin Ryan talks about this month’s batch of Power BI updates:

Searchable slicers are also a new feature in the latest release of Power BI Desktop. A couple days ago I wrote about some of my favorite custom visuals, which included the Smart Filter by SQLBI. I think I still prefer the Smart Filter in many situations, but the search-ability of the native Slicer is definitely a nice feature to have right out of the box.

The headline is row-level security, but there are several interesting features here.

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