The update is specifically related to the browsing of visuals, improving the user experience to make it easier and more efficient to filter, sort, and search for visuals for AppSource in Power BI.
Microsoft has announced some major changes to its commercial marketplaces including the reduction of transaction fees to 3%, separate pricing and the ability to sell software directly in Teams.
With the latest round of updates being pushed to Power BI, a bunch of updated AppSource visuals have been highlighted, along with the introduction of new reporting, analytics, and further components.
With the first anniversary of its ISV Connect program having been reached, Microsoft has commented on how the initiative has grown over the past year, and has also hinted toward upcoming improvements.
The initiative is expanding its benefits to both GitHub Enterprise and the Power Platform for its member startups. Microsoft has also hinted toward future improvements being in the pipeline.
Premium users will now be able to update their template apps without altering the connection configuration. Additionally, most service content packs will become unavailable by the end of this month.
Microsoft has launched a new digital store for apps and add-ons that work with its business products. Dubbed AppSource, the new store is now live once again, after it became public last week.