Q&A In Power BI

Adam Saxton has a video talking about Natural Language Search in Power BI:

In this video, I look at one of my favorite Power BI features that I’ve found a lot of people aren’t familiar with. In a few of my presentations, by a show of hands, the majority of folks (meaning most of the room) didn’t know what this was. I WAS SHOCKED!!! Can you guess what it is?

When this works, it’s really cool.

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