private publish to web
Make the publish to web feature available to be used for private sites so that confidential information can also be shown.
And please make the authentication method as flexible as possible
Today I’m very excited to announce the availability of the Power BI report web part for SharePoint Online! We’ve heard from you that you wanted an easy way to securely share Power BI reports in internal sites, enforce security permission, including data security. We’ve been busy at work with the SharePoint team building an out-of-the-box web part for SharePoint Online using their new Modern Pages infrastructure. The new web part we are releasing today enables SharePoint authors to embed Power BI reports directly in SharePoint Online pages with no code required! The feature is available today for Office 365 First Release customers. Truely, this is the ‘private’ publish to web. You can read more about it on the Power BI Blog: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/integrate-power-bi-reports-in-sharepoint-online/
I know from reading many of the comments below that there are other cases in which people want to embed in external portals that enforce authentication, or on billboards that update data frequently. We have a great solution you can build on in Power BI Embedded, an Azure service you can use to build these kinds of experiences. You can read about it here: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/power-bi-embedded/
We really appreciate all the feedback and ideas. Please tell us what else you’d like to see us add to Power BI.
user still need license for powerbi pro to view the report too. so whats the point to have this???
Please add this soon! The lack of an option like this is seriously harming User Adoption of Power BI and Dynamics here.
Like many others, I also need a solution for our own internal website, and not for sharepoint.
Jon Fortner commented
Good, but WE NEED IT ON SHAREPOINT-INTERNAL, not Online.
Hi, any plans to make this available to view by Premium users?
"Once an idea has been marked COMPLETE, all comments shall henceforth be ignored." -- Microsoft PowerBI Customer Support Policy 126.96.36.199
I stand with the majority of users commenting here who took the time to explain why the aforesaid SOLUTION (marked "COMPLETED") does not resolve this issue. Not sure what the purpose of the comment section if it's not for genuine feedback. Support group, I guess.
We need a do-over.
David Vinson commented
This is wildly important in our enterprise. This would be a huge add.
this feature will make power bi on top
Would really like to use this on our not for profit SharePoint online instance but can't due to the fact that "viewers" would all need pro licenses. I have to go back to my manager and explain why such a great tool is no longer an option for us. I even did a quick demo to the CFO. How embarrassing ! :)
Please change your licensing model or make the embed option more private ASAP because it's a really good tool and we are deeply embedded (LOL) in the Microsoft environment.
As the team still does not seem to want to answer on this thread. Has anyone any knowlegde on tableusoftware? https://www.tableau.com/
Seems like a good replacement for powerbi?
Need this solution!
In my company we have digital displays which we want to display internal information from dashboards we have generated Power BI. It is against our company policy to publish sensitive information to the online public. Are you developing a private publish to web?
For example on Vimeo, you can make a video accessible with a private link, in my mind this is the same principle?
David RA commented
This is NOTcomplete, the solution does not respond to the request. You have 125 comments on this without a reply....thanks
I think its really bad practice not to answer the complaints on the solution. I have more and more reverted back to Excel, not what I wanted...
TO bad if an excellent tool doesnt support displaying your reports whithout having to license all possible viewers.
@Lukasz Pawlowski, you should really put some time into answering people here!!
Kerry Burton commented
Please allow the community to view dashboards and reports without having to purchase the pro licence for an org unit of 2500+. The ROI is simply not there and without this feature and the competition would win our long term business.
Here I am highly disappointed on the fact that the users on SharePoint online need to purchase a Pro license just in order to view the reports. I am a developer whose creating various visuals but MS is restricting and over charging which is restricting the power to share which other BI tools are promoting.
Need your help MS to go ahead with the beauty :)
Now a month has passed without the team having bothered to answer the feedback on this!!!!!
Simon Hill commented
I've been playing around with Excel/Power Query/Power Pivot reports and dashboards, and no Power BI. The product looks phenomenal, but we have both normal and high security networks and there's to many obstacles to publishing the content. There's no clear path to publishing Power BI dashboards on a secure LAN and the indication here is that you need a Power BI pro license to view content on SharePoint. Come on MS, you can't have your cake and eat it. If you are licensing Office and SharePoint using O365, how can you justify separate licensing for view only content developed using the O365 suite? You're shooting yourselves in the foot again. So frustrating that I can develop a great looking visual in Power BI Desktop and then encounter so many obstacles to sharing that content with the desired audience.
As Thomas asks, respond to the critics, else it looks like you have a muddled direction for a product with excellent potential.
Are you going to respond to the critics?
This idea is perfect, but your solution is not. We need to be able to upload to our own internal company intranet/sharepoint/secure website. We cannot upload sensitive data to Microsoft Power BI Service or Microsoft Office 365 Sharepoint service. It is against our company policy.