Features Coming and Going in Alteryx Release 2024.1

Alteryx has launched its latest iteration of Designer, version 2024.1, packed with significant enhancements and new features designed to streamline data analytics workflows. This release focuses on improving user experience, introducing advanced functionalities, and phasing out less efficient tools. Here’s an in-depth look at what the new version brings to the table. AiDIN Copilot: Use

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Why Microsoft Fabric Probably Isn’t Worth It for Most.

Microsoft Fabric was announced in May of 2023 with a lot of fanfare (and confusion) with the promise to transform the Power BI experience, and consolidate a number of Azure Data Engineering, Data Science, and Business Intelligence functions into a single cohesive experience infused with cutting Edge AI. We’ve been using the product since it’s

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How to Create Alteryx Macros

Alteryx Macros give workflow developers a way to create a workflow once and re-use it many times by embedding into a larger workflow. Unlike Excel Macros, they require no coding, and only minimal knowledge above what they currently know about using Alteryx to deploy them. The best way to think about an Alteryx Macro is

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