In R3 2018, we will enable report creators to consolidate delivery of multiple reports to specific subscribers.
In our third release of 2018, we will increase pie chart readability by consolidating insignificant data in a single slice, based on predefined rules.
In our third release of 2018, we will launch an advanced version of the PDF format that is self-contained in terms of the needed assets (e.g. fonts, encryptions, annotations) ensuring that the document will look exactly as-is on any machine.
In R1 2019, we will improve the process of creation of form reports and allow completely static layout so that you can easily implement forms reports like invoices.
In our first release of 2019, we will enhance the declarative report definitions to support localization like the typed report definitions, so that one report definition can serve multilingual end users.
In R1 2019, we will enable developers writing .NET applications to use the Report Server REST APIs easily using a dedicated .NET Report Server Client library.
In R2 2019, we will enable the exported PDF reports to cover the applicable accessibility standards.
In the second release of 2019, we will launch multitenancy support to enable encapsulation for different organization under unified deployment.
In R2 2019, we will launch a shared resource storage to enable the exchange of resources like images and data files among reports.
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