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Certified connectors available in Power BI dataflows and datamarts

This content applies to: Power BI dataflows Power BI Datamart

We are excited to announce the availability of 80+ additional data sources (all certified connectors) to the Power Query Online experience in Power BI dataflows and datamarts. This means that Power BI dataflows and datamarts creators now have the option to connect to many more data sources in Power Query Online experiences, similar to Power BI Desktop today. In the future, all newly released certified connectors will also now be available by default in Power BI dataflows and datamarts.

To access these data sources, see Creating a dataflow and Get started with datamarts to learn more.

Notable additions

  • Amazon Athena
  • Anaplan
  • Asana
  • Azure Databricks and Databricks
  • Denodo
  • Dremio
  • Google Sheets
  • HexagonSmartAPI
  • MariaDB
  • Palantir Foundry
  • Planview Projectplace
  • Starburst Enterprise
  • SurveyMonkey
Choose data source dialog in the Power Query Online experience for Power BI Dataflows

See List of all Power Query connectors for more details on connector availability in different Power Query hosts.

Data source details

When selecting a data source, the labels BETA or 3rd Party also now appear within certain data sources. This information is especially helpful when needing to learn more about a particular data source.


  • BETA –for all new connectors upon initial release. This is removed at the discretion of the connector owner. Please reach out to the connector owner if you have questions or concerns. You can determine the connector owner on this documentation page – List of all Power Query connectors.
  • 3rd Party – for connectors that have a third-party dependency outside Microsoft.
Tooltip for the 3rd Party connector label found for the Asana Beta connector

Develop your own connector

If you are interested in developing a Power Query custom connector to be distributed and certified by Microsoft, please visit Power Query Connector Certification to learn more about the prerequisites and how to get started.

If you encounter issues using this experience, please follow instructions on this documentation page on how to share feedback or get support. Power Query feedback – Power Query | Microsoft Docs