I Have an Organizational Account.

by Administrator jfeil ‎12-12-2018 03:39 PM - edited ‎12-12-2018 03:42 PM

Start here if you already have an Organizational account.

 

Step One: Navigate to the Power BI Community and click Sign In as normal.

 

Step Two: You’ll be sent to a temporary page notifying you to link your Community account with your Organizational account, as seen below. Click “Sign in to your organizational account.”

 

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Step Three: Enter your organizational email account, then click ‘Next'.

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Step Four: You’ll then be directed to the following screen, similar to the normal Community log-in page

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Step Five: Log in with community account, using your existing username and password. This step associates your organizational account with your existing Community credentials.

 

Done!  You are signed into the Community.

 

 

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Comments
by swarna New Member
on ‎12-16-2018 10:43 PM

Hi,

 

I am new to Power BI, will need help in understanding, would it be beneficial for me to integrate data and present them to PowerBI for reports/dashboards, or should i integrate data from different sources in Power BI.

If i go ahead and integrate data from different sources in powerBI wont my data set become really huge over a period of time? what are the waysi can do this