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how to find last published date



I have the pending changes message in my desktop version.  I am not sure if one of our consultants had updated and republished.  How can I find out the last published date of a .pbix?  


If they made the change and published, would that affect my local version and trigger this message, or only something I changed in my local version?



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hi  @tinadouglass51 

Based on my research, there is no such a function achieve this requirement directly. What we can do is enable audit tracking on your Power BI service in the Office 365 admin portal. Looking at the current actions tracked, there isn't specifically one for edit of a report, but you may get something under "edit dashboard", please refer to the links below to see the details.




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Only if you changed something in your local version. I have been seeing that message sometimes "stick" even once that changes have been applied, I think it is some kind of bug perhaps.


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