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Last Refresh Date app.powerbi

Hello everyone!


I have a report that updates automatically every day first thing in the morning.


Is it possible to extract the updated date (Dados atualizados) below to display it in a card visual?




First I tried to create a new table using

Last Refresh Date = #table(type table[Date Last Refreshed=datetime], {{DateTime.LocalNow()}})

 But the code only works when I update the report manually through Power Bi Desktop.

Any idea how to solve this?

Best regards,

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Hi @gdps_vc - I wrote a blog article on how to do this, including accounting for daylight saving time. Add a Refresh Time Stamp To Your Power BI Reports — ehansalytics

That time stamp that is captured can then be added to a card visual. I do that with almost all of my reports.

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