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This article lists the main Power BI Premium features. Most of the features apply to all the Power BI Premium licenses, including Premium Per User (PPU) and Power BI Embedded. When a feature only works with a specific license, the required license is indicated in the description field. If no license is listed, the feature works with any license.




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This list of features for the Open edX platform has been produced as part of a collaborative effort with members of the Open edX community. Special thanks to eduNEXT, Abstract and Opencraft for their contributions.


In IntelliJ IDEA 2023.1, you can save and manage several tool window layouts and switch between them when needed. To save a new layout, arrange the tool windows as desired and go to Window Layouts Save Current Layout as New. If you further adjust the arrangement, you can either update the current setup using the Save Changes in Current Layout option or save these changes as a separate custom layout. To activate a saved layout, find it in the list in Window Layouts, hover on its name, and then click Apply.


A new intention action allows you to correct the formatting of tables in Markdown files. You can access the quick-fix via the Context actions shortcut (Alt+Enter) or by clicking the yellow bulb icon and selecting Reformat table from the list that appears.


There are proposed changes to existing tags, inactive features and deprecated features. If you do not find a suitable tag in this list then feel free to make something suitable up as long as the tag values will be verifiable. Over time, you may find that the tag name is changed to fit with some wider consensus. However, many good tags were used first and documented later. For the latest updates of tagging schemes see Changelog.


CKEditor 5 has many features, and the number is constantly growing. You can find the most recent list of features on the left. In addition to working on new features, we also expand and improve the existing ones. Newly added or meaningfully updated feature guides are marked with a NEW icon. Premium features, which require an additional license to work, have a Premium feature icon.


Enrich you content further by embedding HTML code - this one is especially useful for webmasters. If you need to present code instead of employing it - use the code block that lets you produce code listing with a syntax highlight, too!


The examples mentioned above do not present all features included in CKEditor 5, nor does the list on the left panel. For example, some end-user features like undo and redo are quite self-explanatory and therefore only mentioned in the keyboard shortcuts guide.


WordPress combines simplicity for users and publishers with under-the-hood complexity for developers. This makes it flexible while still being easy-to-use. The following is a list of some of the features that come as standard with WordPress; however, there are literally thousands of plugins that extend what WordPress does, so the actual functionality is nearly limitless. You are also free to do whatever you like with the WordPress code, extend it or modify in any way or use it for commercial projects without any licensing fees. That is the beauty of free software, free refers not only to price but also the freedom to have complete control over it.


A feature set can best be summarized as a written document that lists the specifications of a product. It includes the list of features that together make a product. On top of that list of features, you cover your design vision and the technologies that will be used to build the product. It's a good idea to look for a solid product feature list example to use as a reference.


We'll see some examples of product feature documents in this post. You'll notice that a product feature set or software feature list is first and foremost used to facilitate communication about your product vision. These are a few typical use cases:


The home feed consists of a list of events. Each list item contains a title and a date. The list is sorted by date, with the most recent events displayed first. The list only shows current and future events; events in the past are no longer visible. Events the user has created have a visual indicator. Should a user not have any invitations in their home feed, they will see an illustration plus copywriting with a call to action to create an event.


Easily send the same document to a large number of recipients. Simply import a list of signers and each will receive a unique copy to sign. Manage many envelopes at the same time with bulk actions like void, correct and resend.


You can apply IP filtering to application clients, node clients, or transport clients, in addition to other nodes that are attempting to join the cluster. If a node's IP address is on the blacklist, the Elasticsearch security features allow the connection to Elasticsearch but it is dropped immediately and no requests are processed.


Get data into the Elastic Stack any way you want. Use RESTful APIs, language clients, ingest nodes, lightweight shippers, or Logstash. You aren't limited to a list of languages, and since we're open source, you're not even limited in the type of data that can be ingested. If you need to ship a unique data type, we provide the libraries and steps for creating your own unique ingest methods. And if you want, you can share them back with the community so the next person doesn't have to reinvent the wheel.


Elasticsearch uses a structure called an inverted index, which is designed to allow very fast full-text searches. An inverted index consists of a list of all the unique words that appear in any document, and for each word, a list of the documents in which it appears. To create an inverted index, we first split the content field of each document into separate words (which we call terms, or tokens), create a sorted list of all the unique terms, and then list in which document each term appears.


It can be hard to keep track of all the features that Matomo (formerly Piwik) has to offer. To find out if Matomo is the right web analytics tool for you, check out this ever-expanding list of features.


See every asset in your environment via External Assets, including files and tables that are embedded in workbooks. This provides a holistic view of what data users are leveraging outside of published data or content.


We have improved our OData Connector which now supports S/4HANA. Additionally, users can now connect to an OData service URL to list all the feeds inside their service and can join those feeds together just as they would any other tables in a Tableau datasource.


Note: Directives have a default allowlist, which is always one of *, self, or none for the Permissions-Policy HTTP header, and governs the default behavior if they are not explicitly listed in a policy. These are specified on the individual directive reference pages. For allow attributes , the default behavior is always src.


Where supported, you can include wildcards in Permissions Policy origins. This means that instead of having to explicitly specify several different subdomains in an allowlist, you can specify them all in a single origin with a wildcard.


For an to have a feature enabled its allowed origin must also be in the allowlist for the parent page. Because of this inheritance behavior, it is a good idea to specify the widest acceptable support for a feature in the HTTP header, and then specify the subset of support you need in each .


This is important: By default, if an navigates to another origin, the policy is not applied to the origin that the navigates to. By listing the origin that the navigates to in the allow attribute, the Permissions Policy that was applied to the original will be applied to the origin the navigates to.


It is worth giving the src value a special mention. We mentioned above that using this allowlist value will mean that the associated feature will be allowed in this , as long as the document loaded into it comes from the same origin as the URL in its src attribute. This value is the default allowlist value for features listed in allow, so the following are equivalent: 041b061a72


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