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How to Use Dataflows to Enhance your Power BI Datasets

I’m a big fan of Power BI dataflows! In this article, I’ll show you why, and you will be able to reproduce the steps I’ve taken if you have sufficient Project Online permissions (minimal Portfolio Vie...

Automate Microsoft Planner reporting using Microsoft Power Automate and Power BI – Lesson 2 Transcription

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Ben Howard’s webinar, Automate Microsoft Planner reporting using Microsoft Power Automate and Power BI (Lesson 2), being provided by MPUG for ...

Automate Microsoft Planner reporting using Microsoft Power Automate and Power BI – Lesson 1 Transcription

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Ben Howard’s webinar, Automate Microsoft Planner reporting using Microsoft Power Automate and Power BI (Lesson 1), being provided by MPUG for ...

Automate Microsoft Planner reporting using Microsoft Power Automate and Power BI (Lesson 2)

Event Description:Welcome to part 2 of this 2 part training session.  In this session you will be shown how to use Power Automate to query all of the Planner tasks and store them in Sharepoi...

Automating Information between Microsoft Project and SharePoint -Transcription

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Jeff Lynch’s webinar, Automating Information between Microsoft Project and SharePoint, being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our membe...

Automate Microsoft Planner reporting using Microsoft Power Automate and Power BI – Lesson 1

Event Description:In this lesson (part 1 of 2) I’ll show you how to use Microsoft Planner to plan and manage lightweight projects, and how Planner integrates seamlessly into Teams, providing a single ...

Advanced Excel and PowerBI Reporting for MS Project

Often project data is requested for stakeholders who do not have MS Project installed or are not experienced enough to work with it. MS Project reporting to MS Excel or other visualization software is...

Misconception #5: MS Project Doesn’t Have Reporting

This last misconception is a very interesting one. Microsoft has struggled with the concept of creating powerful reporting engines within their applications. The engineering team seems to have conclud...

The Power of PowerBI

I must admit, I am in love with a tool. Yes, I said that out loud, and I don’t regret it. You may be wondering how someone can be in love with a tool, but it’s true. I am kidding, of course, about lov...

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