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PivotCharts Now Available in Excel Online

20 May 2019

PivotCharts – the graphical representation of PivotTables – have been a noticeable omission for Excel Online for some time now. But that’s all changed now. Just like in Excel Desktop, now you can create your own PivotCharts and edit them in the Excel web...


May 2019 Updates for Power BI Desktop

18 May 2019

On top of incremental improvements for several of the recently released features, such as the key influencers visual and the new Filter pane, the May update also sees a new ‘Performance Analyzer’ pane.  This new pane lets you get a behind the scenes view of what’s...


April 2019 Updates for Power BI Service and Mobile

11 May 2019

The worlds of Power BI Service and Power BI Mobile continue to hurtle along at incredible speeds with no signs of abatement.


April 2019 Updates for Power BI Desktop

11 April 2019

April’s updates are now out and continue to be added at a breathtaking rate of knots.


March 2019 Updates for Power BI Service and Mobile

10 April 2019

It’s been busy in this arena for some time, and it shows no signs of abatement this month.


March 2019 Updates for Power BI Desktop

24 March 2019

March’s updates have recently come out and continue to improve the Filter pane and add to the DAX repertoire. But that’s not all.


Dynamic Arrays in Action

21 February 2019

…and another thing about Dynamic Arrays.


February 2019 Updates for Power BI Desktop

16 February 2019

February’s updates came out with a bang as the updates came out all guns blazing.


February 2019 Updates for Power BI Service and Mobile

16 February 2019

The New Year is well and truly underway, as Power BI Service and Mobile gets its second raft of updates for the year.


Excel 365 – Latest Improvements: February 2019 Update

8 February 2019

If you keep trying to decide whether to go for the latest and greatest Excel product (Excel 2019) or instead head for its Office 365 counterpart (colloquially known as “Excel 365”), here’s some sweeteners which might turn your head towards the latter.


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