Power BI Embedded component in portal designer


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Admins, makers, or analysts, automatically This feature is released. Oct 14, 2019 - This feature is released. Jun 1, 2020

Business value

Portals provides the first party integration with Power BI by using the liquid tags. With Power BI Embedded component in the portals Studio experience, we aim to simplify the integration and abstract the liquid tag complexity.

Feature details

Embedding Power BI in portal using liquid tag is quite cumbersome work, as a maker has to get the required data from Power BI and pass the values to the appropriate parameters in liquid code.

With this feature, we aim at enabling Power BI Embedded as a first-class component in the portals Studio experience; similar to Forms and Lists. Makers can add the required Power BI dashboards or reports as a component in a portal webpage by using the portals Studio, without worrying about the liquid code.

Power BI Embedded as component

See also

Power Apps portals simplified Power BI integration using “Power BI” component (blog)

Add Power BI component (docs)