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Let your data talk for you - Interactive Power BI in Power Point

Let your data talk for you - Interactive Power BI in Power Point

In the realm of data visualization, Power BI dashboards have become an invaluable tool for crafting compelling stories with data. Now, a new feature allows users to take their interactive Power BI report pages or tiles in Power Point. This innovative addition can help you understand the story behind your visuals in Power Point more effectively. Here's how to use Microsoft 365 and Power BI to include interactive report pages into your Power Point presentations:

  1. In Power Point, select a new page, click "Insert," and select "Add-In". Search for Power BI and select Power BI Tiles or Microsoft Power BI to add report pages.
  2. Copy the URL of the Power BI report page and paste it into the box on the Power Point page. Then, hit "Insert".
  3. Once your Power BI account is connected, you can see the report page in your Power Point. This includes the full functionality of Power BI, meaning you can filter or slice the data in Power Point.
  4. There is also a Power BI toolbar at the bottom of the page, which allows you to perform certain Power BI functions directly from Power Point. One of these functions is Data Options, which lets you make specific changes to your data.
  5. If you want to share your Power Point with others, they also need to have access to the dataset and an active Power BI account. Alternatively, you can share the presentation as a static image if the users don't need to play with the data.

With this new feature, you can easily include interactive Power BI report pages or tiles into your Power Point presentations, making it easier to understand and share data insights with others. Thanks for reading.

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