Configure Power BI for (guest) users

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Our Power BI integration currently only supports displaying tiles from Power BI dashboards. For reports, you can create a Shortcut-tile linking to the report in Power BI service.


You can add Power BI tiles to the workspace giving people insights on data which they need or should know on a daily base. The Power BI tile shows you the desired tile from Power BI. You can easily select tiles from dashboards.

To make workspace more visually appealing, or if you want to draw more attention to important information, you can extend the Power BI tile over two columns for tile groups (choosing a larger tile size). 




  • A Power BI Pro license.
  • The Power BI dashboard needs to be in a workspace in order for Workspace 365 to detect the dashboard.
  • Set the required Power BI permissions on the SSO app registration in Microsoft Entra ID (previously called Azure AD) as depicted below.
    Keep in mind that adding these permissions may take some time to take effect (up to 24 hours) .


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Activate the app

  1. Go to the App store (or click on "+ Add tiles").
  2. Click Create tile.
  3. Search for and select Power BI (the app can be found onder the 'Office' category).
  4. Click Create
  5. You can configure the desired 'Workspace', 'Dashboard' and 'Tile'.
  6. Don't forget to click Save when you're done.

  7. Add the app from the App store to Workspace.
  8. If you like to push the live tile via a Shared tile group, make sure everyone from that group has access to the Power BI dashboard.
  9. Click Done.

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Live Power BI for Guest users

To let guest users view the Live Power BI tiles some extra steps are needed.

  1. In Power BI, go to the site you want to share with your guest user(s).

  2. Click "Share" in the top right corner.

  3. Fill in the guest user(s) UPN.
  4. The user needs to accept the email confirmation to get access to the Live Power BI tiles within Workspace.

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