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What’s New in Bold Reports Summer 2022 Release [Webinar Show Notes]

What’s New in Bold Reports Summer 2022 Release [Webinar Show Notes]

This blog provides show notes for our September 8, 2022 webinar, “What’s New in Bold Reports Summer 2022 Release.” The webinar was presented by Vinothkumar Baskar. A recording of the webinar is embedded below.


In this webinar, I will walk you through the latest updates to Bold Reports in the Summer 2022 release.


  • New Data Source
  • Predictive Forecasting in RDL
  • License Message Improvements
  • Search Text in Reports
  • More Improvements

What’s New in Bold Reports

Read the release notes:


[1:07] What is Embedded Reporting?
[2:35] Why choose Bold Reports Embedded Reporting?
[3:51] Report Designer
[5:18] Report Server
[8:04] Report Viewer
[13:52] Report Server
[16:08] Report Designer
[20:53] Report Viewer
[22:27] Report Server
[25:20] Bold Reports FAQ Site
[26:20] Outro


During this webinar, we learned about the latest features and improvements in Bold Reports 4.2. We hope you enjoyed this webinar and will keep an eye out for our future webinars.
Look at our demo samples and documentation site to learn more. If you have any questions, please post them in the comments section. You can also contact us through our contact page or, if you already have an account, you can log in to ask your support question.
Bold Reports offers a 15-day free trial that does not require a credit card. We invite you to sign up and experience Bold Reports for yourself. Give it a try and let us know what you think!

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Webinar Q&A

Q1: Is it possible to filter report list based on Tags?
Yes. It can be achieved via API.

Q2: Whether the license warning water mark will be shown in viewer/designer page after expiry?
No. License warning will be shown only on admin page.

Q3: Is it possible to export my report on SMTP location?
No. We currently support to export on FTP location.


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