Manage workspaces and datasets in Power BI

Data Analyst
Power BI

In this Learning Path, you'll learn how to publish Power BI reports to the Power BI service. You'll also learn how to create workspaces, manage related items, and data refreshes for up-to-date reports. Additionally, implement row-level security to restrict user access to relevant data without the need for multiple reports.

This learning path can help you prepare for the Microsoft Certified: Data Analyst Associate certification.



Modules in this learning path

Learn how to navigate the Power BI service, create and manage workspaces and related items, and distribute reports to users.

With Microsoft Power BI, you can use a single semantic model to build many reports. Reduce your administrative overhead even more with scheduled semantic model refreshes and resolving connectivity errors.

Microsoft Power BI dashboards are different than Power BI reports. Dashboards allow report consumers to create a single artifact of directed data that is personalized just for them. Dashboards can be composed of pinned visuals that are taken from different reports. Where a Power BI report uses data from a single semantic model, a Power BI dashboard can contain visuals from different semantic models.

Row-level security (RLS) allows you to create a single or a set of reports that targets data for a specific user. In this module, you'll learn how to implement RLS by using either a static or dynamic method and how Microsoft Power BI simplifies testing RLS in Power BI Desktop and Power BI service.