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Power BI Insights: Featuring apps; Multivalue parameters; Parquet file performance

by MSDW Reporter
Editorial Team,

Microsoft Power BI pros share their insights on featuring apps on the Power BI homepage, multivalue parameters and Parquet file performance.

Getting an app feature for the Power BI homepage

Gilbert Quevalliers, writing on Four Moo, discussed new ways to set up certified apps as features on a Power BI home page. Additionally, Microsoft allows customers to feature an app first when users see the apps they have access to in Power BI Service.

Navigating to the home page, Quevalliers found a way to update the app endorsement, together with a clickable option to feature it on the home page.

I then clicked Apply. Now I had my App certified and featured on the Home Page… When I now go to my apps, I now can see my certified apps appear first in the list… the default sorting is now to Sort by Endorsement, which allows for my certified app to be first in the list.

Working with multivalue parameters

Erik Svensen explored how to create report subscriptions for Power BI paginated reports using Power Automate. He created a simple report with a single multivalue parameter called StoreChain and setup the Power BI Report Builder to allow multiple values. He wrote:

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