Publish Power BI to public

Power BI permit user to publish to external user a specific Power BI Report ( with dashboard is not possible). This report can be embedded in a Website or can be used like a simple link.

Publish a report is very simple:

  1. Select the report that you want tu publish
  2. Select “File” Buttom in the top bar of report:

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3. Select Publish to Report

4. Click “Create Code”

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5. Click Publish

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After that you have two different code, the first one like this:

Is the direct link, the second one like this:

It’s a iframe that you can use to embed specifict report in your website. With Width and Heigh value you can decide the dimension of iframe.

Days ago Microsof have realeased a new feature to embed report in web and mobile app, to more info refer my other article :

Power BI embedded

Power BI news

Microsoft has released a new update for power bi with these new features:


  • Featured Dashboard: To make it easier to reach the dashboard you care about most, Microsoft added the ability to feature a dashboard in your workspace. Once you mark a dashboard as featured, you will always land on it first when you log into Power BI, instead of the last dashboard you visited. Also, you can reach your featured dashboard at any time by clicking on the Featured dashboard button in the left navigation pane.


  • Filter Dashboard list:added the ability to filter the list of dashboard you have in your left navigation pane. To do this, select Show: All Content and choose if you want to see all your content, the content you created or the content shared with you

Enterprise Feature

  • Admin Portal: If you are an O365 Global Admin, you can access to this report from the Admin Portal.  To open the admin portal, select Settings > Admin Portal. IN this sectionr there is a new dashbord of power bi usage. You will see two sections of tiles. The first section includes usage data for individual users, the second section shows the same type of information, but this time based on groups.


  • Row level security: currently only fo Analysis Service tabular model we can direclty in power bi to filter data by attribute. We have to select Dataset and choose Security. Select after taht “Create new Role”, GIve Role Name, Add members and Add Rules. It’s work only with dax. It’s not intended for operational usage.
  • Disable exporting data: Added a setting that will allow you to disable exporting of data


  • Auto-Complete for “is”: Q&A suggest list of your column name follower by is.


  • KPIs on apple watch: REfer to my Other Post HERE


  • Analyze on Excel: Refer to my Other Post HERE


  • Power Bi IN australia: Now, anyone in Australia, either individually or through an organization, can go to and sign up for Power BI.
  • Language Setting : we can change  in setting the interface and parts of the visual Language.



Power BI Embedded

Microsoft Power BI Embedded is a new solution that enables you to integrate Power BI reports and dashboard into your web or mobile applications, it’s permit user to use a simple method to build solutions to visualize data for your users.

Power BI Embedded is an Azure service that will enable Software Vendors (ISV) to connect Power BI with their applications. Users of the application do not need a Power BI account to use your app. They can continue to sign into the application as they had before, and view and interact with the Power BI reporting and tile experience without requiring any additional licensing.

Instead, renders are purchased by the developer of the app that is consuming the visuals, and are charged to the subscription that owns those resources.

The model can be resume with this image:


A Workspace Collection is the top-level Azure container for resources that contains  Workspaces an has all the standard Azure properties, for example the following:

  • Access Keys – Keys used when securely calling the Power BI APIs (described in a later section).
  • Users – Azure Active Directory (AAD) users that have administrator rights to manage the Power BI Workspace Collection through the Azure portal or ARM API.
  • Region – As part of provisioning a Workspace Collection, you can select a region to be provisioned in. For more information, see Azure Regions.

A workspace is a container of Power BI content that include :

  • Dataset of data to create new report
  • Reports
  • Dashboard


Microsoft Power BI Embedded permit applications to perform all the necessary user authentication and authorization.

There is no explicit requirement that end-users be customers of Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). Instead, applications will express authorization to render a Power BI report with Tokens. These App Tokens are created as needed when your app wants to render a report:


For More info i suggest : Get Started with Power BI Embedded Preview