Data Management Experience in Power BI for Office 365 Help

The Data Management Experience in Power BI and the Data Catalog gives you features to control the data assets created by your in-house business experts. It is a central repository for storing shared and certified queries created using Power Query. The Data Catalog can make a difference to your team when you have all your valuable data sets in one spot.

Getting Started

Introduction to Data Management Experience in Power BI

Understanding the Role of Data Stewards in Data Management

Getting Started with Power Query for Excel

Getting Started with the Manage Data Portal 

Connect to Data Sources using Power Query

Connect to Internal and External Data Sources

Request Access to Internal Data Sources

Filter, Shape, and Transform the Imported Data

Share and Manage your Queries using Power Query

Share queries in the Power BI Data Catalog

View and Update Your Shared Queries

Certify Queries

Delete Your Shared Queries

View Usage Analytics for Your Shared Queries from Power Query

View and Manage Queries in a Workbook

Consume Shared Queries using Power Query

Find and Use Shared Queries

View Usage Analytics of Your Shared Queries using the Manage Data Portal

View Your Shared Queries using the Manage Data Portal

View Usage Analytics for a Shared Query using the Manage Data Portal

View and Compare Usage Analytics for Your Shared Queries using the Manage Data Portal

Manage Data Sources using the Manage Data Portal

View Data Sources using the Manage Data Portal 

Manage Data Source Information using the Manage Data Portal

Power BI for Office 365

Power BI for Office 365 - Overview and Learning 

Power BI Sites Help

Power BI Admin Center Help

Microsoft Power Query for Excel Help

 
 
Applies to:
Excel 2013