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automatic backup of data at regular time intervals

Hello,

 

I am quite new at Power BI and have a difficult problem!

 

I am tracking the recent activity of users in a website (checking if the user has been connected at least one time in the last 7 days). in Power BI Desktop, I have created a calculated column "recent activity" which checks, for each user, if he was connected last week.

But I would like to make a temporal graph of this "recent activity"... is it possible to make like "screenshots" of these data each month, and to gather these "screenshots" in a file ?

 

Thanks a lot for your help,

Jean-Sebastien

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Re: automatic backup of data at regular time intervals

You could create a subscription and have a screen shot of the report emailed to you every time the data changes.


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Re: automatic backup of data at regular time intervals

You could create a subscription and have a screen shot of the report emailed to you every time the data changes.


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Re: automatic backup of data at regular time intervals

Hi @jeanseb,

 

You can follow @Greg_Deckler's suggestion to create a subscribe follow this article: Subscribe to a Power BI report.

 

Also you can export the report to PowerPoint, each visual in the Power BI report is exported as a high resolution image in PowerPoint. See: Export reports from Power BI to PowerPoint (Preview).

 

Best Regards,
Qiuyun Yu

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