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pbix Member
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Power BI New Look

Hi All, 

 

Quick question if you don't mind. Just watching the Power BI summit presentation from yesterday. It demos the Power BI 'new look' - however I don't see this option in my tenant. Is there a setting somewhere that I need to turn on to preview the new look? Or is it not available in all regions yet?

 

TY,

 

pbix

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Soumyavijay Visitor
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Re: Power BI New Look

Hi @pbix , Thank you for reaching out. I see you are asking about the new look in Power BI Service, this will ship late July. We are in the last mile of execution. Please watch out for a blog post with dates and details.  

Thanks,

Soumya

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Community Support Team
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Re: Power BI New Look

Hi @pbix 

"Power BI summit presentation"?

Do you mean Microsoft Business Applications Summit at 06-12-2019 from this link?

 

"new look"

Do you mean all panes, the footer, and view switcher to be a lighter color?

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This is the new feature of Power BI Desktop June 2019, please update to the last version.

 

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Maggie

 

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pbix Member
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Re: Power BI New Look

Hi @v-juanli-msft , 

 

Thanks - yes it was the microsoft business applications summit presentation on Power BI. In the presentation there was a slider button in thr service for:

 

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I've downloaded Power BI June 2019 and uploaded a test report/dashboard - I just couldn't see how to access the 'new look' button in the Power BI service - the service view I used is still the classsic black/yellow scheme.

 

Thanks

 

pbix

Soumyavijay Visitor
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Re: Power BI New Look

Hi @pbix , Thank you for reaching out. I see you are asking about the new look in Power BI Service, this will ship late July. We are in the last mile of execution. Please watch out for a blog post with dates and details.  

Thanks,

Soumya

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pbix Member
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Re: Power BI New Look

Thanks @Soumyavijay . I thought it might have been available in beta to see what it will look like ahead of shipping, but if not then no problem - I will look forward to July. Thanks. 

tstanfield New Member
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Re: Power BI New Look

@v-juanli-msft @pbix 

Pages Pane is kind of a Pain 😉

Listing the report pages in a pane takes up a LOT of real estate and makes the report area much smaller and more difficult to view.

Is there a way to display the pages below or even above the report area?

GLKSA Frequent Visitor
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Re: Power BI New Look

And the Pages pane starts in the top left.

 

UI designers know that Westerners read down from the top left then across each page, so we design dashboards to be read that way. ( filters on the left, graphs across the page, that is the order we want the users to work.)

 

Having the Pages Pane in that location means users spend their initial time looking at the Page names, not the dashboard visualisations which is not the best use of their time.

 

Having the pages across the bottom like Excel means Excel-literate users don't need to be retrained.

 

 

1Haverhill Frequent Visitor
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Re: Power BI New Look

I agree. The report I publish visibility is diminished too much. 

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