A system dashboard in a model-driven app provides users an area to access reports that have been built into the app, or are embedded from Power BI. If you've build a report or dashboard in Power BI, you can make it accessible to your app users by first adding it to your app solution then configuring the app system dashboards.
The Power BI tile control in Power Apps allows you to embed Power BI content within your Power App.
With the Power BI add-in for PowerPoint you can embed your reports within a presentation. When embedded, the report is interactive- so that means during the presentation you'll be able to click into your report to drill up/down and apply filters. https://github.com/rishonaelijah/blogcontent/raw/main/Add%20Power%20BI%20in%20PowerPoint.gif Demonstration of how to add Power BI report in PowerPoint (instructions detailed below) … Continue reading Add an interactive Power BI report in PowerPoint presentation
If you're using Microsoft Forms you can create a dataset in Power BI to collect the feedback or information from form submissions. This can then be used in your reports and dashboards for your reporting needs. Using Power Automate, each time someone submits a response to your Form, the data will be stored a a … Continue reading Use Power Automate to add Microsoft Forms submissions to a Power BI dataset
These videos are based on a session I presented at the PowerApps4Kids APAC meetup- for kids to learn how to graph survey results with Power Platform. Follow along to try it yourself! In this exercise you will create a form to collect survey results, and send the results automatically to Power BI where you can create your graphs.
You can use your Power BI Goals as a trigger to kick off processes in Power Automate. You can customise the series of actions you want to occur based on: When a data refresh for a goal failsWhen a goal changesWhen current value of a goal changesWhen someone adds or edits a goal check-inWhen someone … Continue reading Power BI Goal triggers for your flows: When status of a goal changes
In your model-driven apps, it is now possible to get an auto-generated Power BI report based on your Dataverse data. From a view in your app, you can simply click the Visualize this view button to see the generated Power BI report. There are also some changes you can make to the report to personalise … Continue reading Visualise Dataverse in Power BI with one-click
Dataverse for Teams (often abbreviated to D4T) in a Day is hands-on training content from Microsoft that shows you how to build your own apps, workflows and chatbots all within Teams. If you've joined one of these sessions, you might be keen to take your learning across Power Apps, Power Automate, Power Virtual Agents and … Continue reading Dataverse for Teams in a Day: Further resources and next steps
You can set up data alerts in Power BI on KPI, gauge and card visuals in your dashboard. By default, when an alert is triggered, you will get a notification in Power BI and an email informing you of the alert. However, you can make this workflow more sophisticated by building a flow in Power … Continue reading Trigger workflows from Power BI data alerts
If you've come along to Dashboard in a Day, here's my list of further resources to get you set on your Power BI & Power Platform journey.