Power BI Dashboard - Tab
I want to add Power BI Dashboard as Tab.
for share Power BI Dashboard with members.
Currently, Power BI Reports can add as Tab in Microsoft Teams.
Power BI Dashboard website can add as Tab
But, Power BI Dashboard can NOT.
So, I want to add Power BI Dashboard to Microsoft Teams as Tab.
and want to support mobile Microsoft Teams.
This feature is on the teams backlog. Thank you for your votes and comments.
K Doc commented
This is such a big disappointment not having this feature. Any idea when it will be implemented? Thanks.
any update for the request to add on PowerBI Dashboard inside TEAMS instead of reports only ?
That would be a great option. Microsoft - Any ETA on that?
Shoulder slump... please this is so difficult when we promise the customer the integration of Power BI with Teams but the integration is inconsistent and incomplete. Keep up the great work but please prioritise this one!
This should not be happening...
We also require this - was frustrated to use the App and only see reports appear in the "Shared with me" section. We want to share Dashboards with our teams. Do we have an ETA of where this is on the backlog?
Jesse Glidden commented
Hello? Microsoft? Anyone home? Still getting on this? Need to add a tab with a dashboard, not a report.
Any Progress or updates on this request?
I simply want to share powerbi reports in Teams. MS made a song about share reports in teams, but it seems everyone needs a pro licence. We would not be doing pro across the company. Everything so far has been created in the free desktop version. It would be fair to have one pro licence to cretate and share, but to just view it is rediculous and leaves having to use unsafe web sharing
Jason Block commented
This is a must have! The whole idea of Teams is quick delivery of relevant data. No one wants to go through a 20 tab report! Why in the world can you not publish a dashboard to Teams?
Jason Oski commented
This would be very valuable for teams to see disparate data in a concise dashboard page. This would be key to driving performance within business/customer facing teams like call centers. Having to put content across multiple team pages doesn't provide a clear picture like a dashboard can.
I understand you can embed a dashboard as a website however, SSO integration appears to limit Teams capability to pass the O365 user directly to the website so therefore, users are prompted to log in instead of being served content directly. That's why full Teams integration for Power BI dashboards would be useful.
PRADEEP KUMAR commented
You've built a Report in the Desktop with multiple tabs.
When you upload (Publish) the file it will become a dataset and report in app.powerbi.com (The Service)
When you pin any visual, from any of the tabs in your report to a dashboard, after you share it - the end user will click the tile and be taken to the report page that you pinned the visual from. They will also have access to see the other tabs in your report.
You can connect multiple reports to the same dashboard, by pining visuals to the same dashboard.
You are correct, you can only share a dashboard with other users.
*Unless you want to build an Organizational Content Pack (more advanced, but you could share reports in this method).
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Wendy Zhu commented
You can actually attached the PBI dashboard as website and add ?chromeless=1 to the end of your url which will hide the navigate bar
Björn Sighvatsson commented
Has anyone ever seen good ideas from here being listened to by Microsoft?
Phil Marshall commented
Please add - or at least make dashboards/reports in PowerBI one and the same to allow the functionality
Please add this.
Adam England commented
Truly a show stopper, we have Power BI Premium Capacity to enable our organization to view our dashboards. This is a massive miss from Microsoft, unless it's intentional which is even worse!
Was there any resolution on this issue?? This is a big thing
I do not need reports in teams. The dashboards are way more useful for us