Adam looks at how you can build a slicer panel, in Power BI, and take it to the next level.
Using a combination of features in Power BI Desktop, you can make a great user experience.
In this video, Adam Saxton shows off how you can use the Power BI REST API without writing any code. Then he takes it to the next level with PowerShell.
Adam Saxton from Guy in a Cube is joined by Amanda Cofsky to learn how you can use buttons, in Power BI Desktop, to take your reports to the next level.
Patrick LeBlanc from Guy in a Cube shows you how to export a Power BI Template file and then use that to create a new Power BI report within Power BI Desktop.
Patrick LeBlanc looks at how to create a Power BI streaming dataset and use that to create a real-time dashboard. You can easily use something like PowerShell to push data into the Power BI streaming dataset. [Demo files]
Using DirectQuery in Power BI? Things slowing down and you want to make interactions snappier?
Patrick from Guy in a Cube takes a look at how you can change a few settings to take the experience within Power BI to the next level.
In this video, Adam Saxton picks up on David Eldersveld’s blog post about Power BI slicers versus filters and looks at if slicers are even needed now. The filter pane can satisfy a majority of scenarios. There are a few that it can’t. Which Power BI feature will you choose?
In this video, Patrick LeBlanc of Guy in a Cube takes a look at the new Power BI Secure Embed. If you have been using Publish to Web internally, you need to look at this feature as it is the perfect replacement that adds a secure option for easy, friction-less, embedding.
Guy in a Cube has a great roundup post on PowerBI slicers, DataFlows, and more.