The current limits are documented at Prepare your data—ArcGIS Maps for Power BI | ArcGIS . According to Esri Introduces Global Demographics and More to Microsoft Power BI, the Plus subscription will have the "ability to plot up to one million points on a map each month".
Is it possible to get some more details around the new limit? How would this time-based limit interact with the current per-map limits of 1,500/10,000 features? Would the new limit override them?
Hi Vitaly - yes, Plus subscribers will get an increased limit of 5,000 geocoded locations per map (from 1,500 to 5,000). That's a hard limit. The 1M geocodes per month is something we're going to be watching, seeing what usage is like, and going from there. At this point in time you don't have to worry about your map not working because you mysteriously hit the 1M monthly limit - we're not going to hard cap it at this time. But we reserve the right to do so in the future, and if we do we will message that out so you're not surprised by it.
No, the 10,000 limit will remain. That is more of a technical limit that we implement to make sure we provide a good experience in the visual. Going above that starts to introduce performance issues in some scenarios. We are working on ways to improve performance and allow larger datasets but for now that will remain at 10,000 lat/long.