Auditing In Power BI

Ginger Grant shows off some of the auditing capabilities within Power BI:

As you can see by looking at the available Power BI options, there are a number of options to choose from. If you select the top item PowerBI activities, then everything gets selected. After doing that click outside of the menu for the menu to go away. Select a date and time range of your choosing, select specific users if you wish, then click on the Search button. Depending on how big your date range is, this may take some time to load. Once you see the results, you have the ability to filter as well.

Another day, another two dozen new Power BI features…  This one’s a good one.

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