View all the Power BI tabs you use in Microsoft Teams
This article describes how you can view all the Power BI tabs you've viewed in Microsoft Teams. They're kept on the In Teams pivot on the home experience in Power BI app for Teams. When you work in channels, you can add a Power BI report as a tab as an easy way to share with everyone, and ensure the most important data is always top of mind.
Now, the Power BI team makes it easier to find these tabs, starting with tabs in Teams channels. When you use the Power BI app in Teams, you'll see a new In Teams pivot on your Power BI home. This new capability makes it easy to find Power BI tabs you’ve visited previously in Teams channels.
You could already access all your reports, dashboards, and Power BI organizational apps in the Power BI app for Teams. You could find and install apps, discover datasets to use in creating new reports, track your metrics, and more.
Now the home page in the Power BI app for Teams also gathers all your Power BI tabs in your Teams team channels in one place.
Using the In Teams list
Here are a few things to know about the In Teams list:
- The list shows the 20 Power BI tabs you’ve used most recently in Team channels.
- If you haven’t opened any Power BI tabs in Teams, the list won’t include any items.
- The list won’t include Power BI tabs you use in chats, group chats, or in meetings.
- You can open the reports in the Power BI app for Teams.
- Select the value in the Location column to navigate to the tab in the Teams channel and keep collaborating with your colleagues.
- The In Teams pivot is only available in the Power BI app for Teams. You don’t see it in the Power BI service when using app.powerbi.com in a web browser.
Known issues and limitations
- For information about other issues, see the Known issues and limitations section of the "Collaborate in Microsoft Teams" article.
Questions? Try asking the Power BI Community.