Adam Saxton

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Power BI tips from the Pros – LIVE Hangout

Guy in a Cube live streamed the other day and to answer your Power BI questions.

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Paginated Reports In Power BI (Premium)

Guy in a Cube did a live stream where they talk about where Paginated Reports in Power BI fit in.

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Build a Slicer Panel in Power BI and Take It to the Next Level

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.

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Power BI REST API No-Code Options

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.

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Taking Buttons in Power BI Desktop to the Next Level

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.

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Slicers vs Filters in Power BI

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?

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Power BI Slicers, Dataflows, and More

Guy in a Cube has a great roundup post on PowerBI slicers, DataFlows, and more.

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5 Things You Might Not Know About Power BI

Adam Saxton from Guy in a Cube talka about 5 things you might not know about Power BI. These are little things that are great for folks just starting out with Power BI, or maybe you’ve used Power BI for a while and just didn’t know about these little things.

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Incremental Refresh with Power BI Premium

Christian Wade joined Adam Saxton to discuss Incremental Refresh with Power BI Premium. You can use Incremental Refresh with Power BI Premium to take your dataset beyond 1GB and avoid failures such as timeouts.

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