We recently announced the ability to schedule PDF attachments for Paginated Reports in Power BI (https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/e-mail-subscriptions-for-paginated-reports-is-now-available/).
We’re planning to have this ability for Power BI reports as well, but it will take time to put that feature in place.
For folks asking about the ability to print/export the entire table of data to PDF or other format, we’ll be announcing shortly the ability to publish paginated reports using Power BI datasets, which would allow folks to create simple paginated report tables to use for this scenario, as it’s not currently possible to do this with Power BI reports natively at this time.Anonymous commented
How can this be outstanding for more than a year? I just had a customer decline the use of Power BI because it can't print a multi page visualization this is just a huge miss. Clients need to print reports to quote John Oliver "How can this be a thing"
387 votesAnonymous commented
This is just nuts.... Every client that I have wants to see a red, yellow or green dot somewhere to report project health and though I can consume an image into Power Query I can't display it in a dashboard. How can something as simple as this not be part of the puzzle.