Publish to Multiple Workspaces
When publishing from Power BI Desktop, the pop-up shows a simple list of available workspaces (choose one). The publisher cannot determine which workspaces were published to last, potentially leading to out of date and orphaned dashboards on powerbi.com. Add a few features:
1) Check box beside each workspace (checked means published)
2) Republish the update to multiple workspaces based on checks by cycling through each
...this should be viable as PowerBI already has logic to call out when it's overwriting an existing data set.
Yes - we need this yesterday!
Chris A. commented
This needs to happen. The app architecture is great but it can be tedious to maintain when you have reports that must be maintained in multiple apps.
Martin Groen commented
can the result window that appears following the refresh also indicate to which workspace the refresh was carried out?
Andreas Klementsson commented
Really needed, another way is to publish to a central store and then create a link in all the workspaces that should see the report.
It would also be nice for the report to "save" the checks for the workspaces the report was last published to for faster publishing.
It would also be nice for the data refresh cycle to be consistent based on this, single report.
We publish a number of dashboards each week and would like to be able to publish them to multiple workspaces simultaneously.
We've been experimenting with Microsoft Teams and I've found that even though we all have Pro licenses and dashboards from a private group have been individually shared with other users, then still cannot see those dashboards embedded on a Channel tab. My only guess is that this is because they are not members of the private group workspace we are publishing to. I could create another group and associated Team space, but then I'd have to publish all the dashboards twice and I'd like to avoid that if possible.
Important Requirement for integration and consistency
Also could be seen as publishing one report to multiple "Groups"...but thanks for posting this idea.