Power BI Tiles for SharePoint

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Earlier we published Power BI Tiles app (free add-in) that allows you to ‘pin’ those dashboards into your Office Documents, now is time to bring the same capabilities for your SharePoint pages.

The new Power BI Tiles for SharePoint app allows you to embed Power BI visualizations inside a SharePoint environment with app parts.

With this new Add-In (previous called Office365 App), now you can embed multiple up-to-date dashboards on your SharePoint pages and share it inside your organization or team.

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Download “Power BI Tiles for SharePoint” here.

Learn how to use Power BI Tiles for SharePoint in three simple steps

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Step 1: Access to SharePoint site that you want to add your Power BI tiles and edit the page by clicking the “Edit” button.

  • Note: You must have Contribute permissions on the site

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Step 2: Add your Power BI Tiles App part to the Page

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Step 3: Save the page

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Congratulations the process is completed! You’re now ready to draw your Power BI Dashboards on SharePoint. Enjoy it.

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7 thoughts on “Power BI Tiles for SharePoint

  1. Does everyone who needs to be able to view the PowerBI Tiles have to have a license? Or do the people who design the pages need to be the only ones who have a license and everyone else can view the tiles?

  2. I have the same question. I don’t know all the people who might drop by our team site – can I use this tool to allow anyone within the organisation to view the vizualisations?

  3. koldo mv says:

    Similar question. Once I add powerBI tile content to a webpage in Sharepoint Online, how do I share with other users? They are asked to login inside webpart, otherwise not seeing it.

    “…embed multiple up-to-date dashboards on your SharePoint pages and share it inside your organization or team”
    This part needs further explanation.

  4. Thuy says:

    I have the same question about viewing by people within an organization.

    Also, how you change the size of a tiles?
    I use different Layout or width/height but not seem like what I need.

    • koldo mv says:

      Microsoft offers new option in Power BI Pro which allows to create anonymous link, or an iframe code you can embed in website. Open some report in PowerBI and you’ll notice there’s a new option on top left of it “File”? Check privacy warnings.

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