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January 2019 Updates for Power BI Service and Mobile

24 January 2019

It’s been a while – but they’re back! There are some new Previews, rolled out new features, and improved existing functionality across Power BI Service and Power BI Mobile to see in the New Year.


Happy New Year 2019!

1 January 2019

Wherever you are in the world, however you may be celebrating, all of us here at SumProduct would like to extend the season’s greetings to you. Happy New Year!


December 2018 Updates for Power BI Desktop

15 December 2018

Clearly, there were Christmas parties to go to and New Year celebrations. Consequently, the list of December updates was a little smaller than usual...

New Excel Icon

3 December 2018

It's been six years since Microsoft last changed its icon set - about the same time our first newsletter launched! Whilst Liam may refuse to change the photo on the front page of said newsletter to show how time has ravaged him, Microsoft has been more honest.

What’s New in Excel 2019

22 November 2018

Last month we mentioned Office 2019 was now Commercially Available. We thought we’d better do some digging and see what was new (compared to Excel 2016, rather than Office 365). There really wasn’t any room in last month’s newsletter, so please forgive our...

November 2018 Updates for Power BI Desktop

15 November 2018

Perhaps a few less updates than in recent months, but that’s to be expected and there’s still enough to keep you on your toes!

Power Query Blogs Hit 100 Not Out

31 October 2018

Who'd have thought? Our popular series on Power Query / Get & Transform hits a landmark this week - 100 not out!!

Customise Your Keyboard Shortcuts in Excel for Mac

25 October 2018

Slowly but surely, Excel for Mac comes into the light. Another step in the right direction has just been made with the advent of the ‘Customize Keyboard’ feature.

October 2018 Updates for Power BI Desktop

22 October 2018

Another month, another 21 updates. You can’t say you aren’t getting your money’s worth (given it’s free!).

Getting Arrays: Spilling the Beans on Seven New Functions

27 September 2018

September 24 is the day Excel moved on. Yes, we’ve had Power Pivot, Power Query / Get & Transform and Power BI, but Microsoft’s “CALC” team has been busy behind the scenes rearranging the furniture.