PowerBI Robots version 2.1.1 is here with the features you requested

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Client feedback is a crucial aspect of our development process, and we are always open to requests from those who use our products. Since its last big update, our product team received many requests to add features to PowerBI Robots that could address some problems felt by clients all over the world.

To those who contacted us with the hopes of seeing some of their issues addressed by PowerBI Robots, we are glad to announce that version 2.1.1 is now available for download.

Version 2.1.1 of PowerBI Robots includes the following new features:

  • Users can now choose to stop sending playlists whenever they encounter a timeout/error;
  • Images can now be embedded in emails instead of attached;
  • Improved PDF image quality – now exactly the same as when you export from Power BI;
  • New PDF size format available: US letter size;
  • Overall improved performance;

Click here to update to PowerBI Robots 2.1.1 now.

If you’re running into some issues after installing PowerBI Robots version 2.1.1 or would like to suggest more features for future releases, please email us at support@devscope.net. Your feedback is always welcome.

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  1. Embedding images straight into distribution emails is a huge improvement! Great job. If I may, could I ask how to set up that option? I’ve installed the new agent but I don’t see the ability to embed images in the email either in the web portal (I still have the choices Image and the various PDF options) or on the agent screen anywhere.

    Thank you!

    1. Hello SA_NYC, and thank you for the kind words.

      In order to embed images in your email, you must first select Image as the output format. Then, when writing the Email Message, click the down arrow next to the pound (#) sign and either select All Report Images (to insert a token that will embed your entire playlist images embedded in a row) or One Report Image (to embed just one image from your playlist). This last option will insert the token #REPORT_IMAGE_X# in your email body. All you need to do is replace the X with the image number you wish, starting from 1.
      If you have any more questions, feel free to ask.

      Best regards,
      The DevScope team

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