Power BI quick reports in Power Apps
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|Enabled for||Public preview||Early access||General availability|
|Admins, makers, marketers, or analysts, automatically||Jul 24, 2022||-||Oct 2, 2022|
Create reports in the Power BI service starting with a view in a model-driven app. Power BI automatically generates the visuals for you, so you can start exploring the data with just a few clicks.
The capability to enable Power BI quick report visualization on a table on an existing app is generally available. All new apps have this capability enabled by default, with the app setting still available for makers to disable.
With Visualize this view option on all grid pages, you can:
- Create a Power BI quick report, starting from a view with just one button-click. The Power BI service generates visuals and a layout intelligently based on the underlying data.
- Make any necessary modifications to visuals or the filters or the columns (or any combination of all three) using the display name of the columns on the quick report.
- Save the Power BI report to a workspace of your choice, so you can access it anytime and customize it for your needs.
A subset of these capabilities is already available as a preview.