- Getting Started with Power BI
- Creating a Project Online data connection
- Creating a basic report
- Using samples and content packs
- Working with Power BI measures
- Creating calculated columns
- Working with conditional formatting
- Developing DAX expressions
- Fine-tuning reports and dashboards
- Adding custom visuals
- Merging datasets
- Sharing and publishing reports
- Embedding reports in Project Online
Skill Level Intermediate
- [John] Microsoft's Power BI is one of the leading tools for mining data in various data locations. From Excel, Sales Force, Dynamics, or in this case Project Online. Mining data successfully allows a business to understand and make key decisions based on analysis and trends. In this course, we will be looking at Power BI for Project Online from the point-of-view of an administrator. We'll look at what it takes to build Power BI reports for your organization and how to make them available to end-users. We'll also mine some project information and integrate that with Excel salary data. Hi, I'm John Riopel. I have over 27 years of project management experience as a Microsoft Technical Specialist focusing on tools, technology, and, of course, process. Join me as we learn and become more skilled in using Project Online Reporting with Power BI.
Microsoft Project Online: Administrationwith John Riopel2h 10m Intermediate
Office 365 New Features (Microsoft 365)with David Rivers1h 36m Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Power BI
2. Creating a Basic Report
3. Intermediate Reporting Features
Creating calculated columns2m 11s
4. Advanced Features
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