Self-Documenting Power BI Apps

Matthew Roche wants to build self-documenting Power BI applications:

Power BI is constantly evolving – there’s a new version of Power BI Desktop every month, and the Power BI service is updated every week. Many of the new capabilities in Power BI represent gradual refinements, but some are significant enough to make you rethink how you your organization uses Power BI.

The new app navigation capabilities introduced last month to Power BI probably fall into the former category. But even though they’re a refinement of what the Power BI service has always had, they can still make your apps significantly better. Specifically, these new capabilities can be used to add documentation and training materials directly to the app experience, while keeping that content in its current location.

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