A lot of people ask themselves the questions: How to share PowerBI reports? In particular outside your Organization?
And this is not strange because it’s quit a difficult and demanding task to make this work. It’s tuff to start with and even more troublesome on the long run.
We as PowerBi experts ran in to this problem while helping our customers with sharing their PowerBi reports in and outside their organizations.
Soon our PowerBI developers started to involve our DevOpps developers in finding a solution for it. In discussing they made a highline sketch which they
presented to our founder! HipHip Hooray they got GreenLight and a Bucket (container) of money to (re)make our www.webdashboard.com PowerBI Portal.
We launched the webdashboard portal in 2020 in close cooperation with a few clients. Since then the usebase has been constantly growing.
Power-up your Power BI: How to share PowerBI reports?
- Sharing means collaborationEmployees, customers, suppliers, etc.
All you need is an e-mail address
- Smart, smooth & safe managementTwo-click-navigation, Row Level Security & more
Share your insights quickly & safely with the right people
- Customization & brandingYour data, your reports, your insights
Make it your environment!
You can now connect your Google Workspace to Webdashboard. When you do this you can easily add your users in Google Workspace to Webdashboard.
Users added this way can login to Webdashboard with their Google Workspace account, also when already logged on to Google Workspace Single-SignOn
will be applied. A smart way to distribute your PowerBi reports
Azure Active Directory Connection
You can now connect your Azure Active Directory (AAD) to Webdashboard. When you do this you can easily add your users and groups in AAD to Webdashboard.
Users/groups added this way can login to Webdashboard with their AAD account (also called work account), also when already logged on to and Azure AD
application like Office 365 Single-SignOn will be applied. The easiest way to allocate users to PowerBI Reports.