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nedthai
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How to display report on full screen mode on Power BI Report Server

I create some reports on Power BI Desktop and publish it on Power BI Report Server, and show it to my boss. My problerm is that how can I hide the menu bar or show the reports on full screen mode (or TV display mode).

 

Base on the image below, the menu on Power BI Report Server takes up too much space. I spent so much time for searching the solution in the internet but still couldn't find any thing.

 

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Thank you so much to anybody can help me.

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v-qiuyu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @nedthai,

 

You can append the ?rs:embed=true or ?rs:Command=Render&rc:Toolbar=false at the end of report URL. Assume the report URL is: http://<server>/Reports/powerbi/ScheduleRefresh1129

 

You can set the URL as:

 

http://<server>/Reports/powerbi/ScheduleRefresh1129?rs:embed=true

Or

http://<server>/Reports/powerbi/ScheduleRefresh1129?rs:Command=Render&rc:Toolbar=false

 

Best Regards,
Qiuyun Yu

Community Support Team _ Qiuyun Yu
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rufmau68
Helper I
Helper I

hi,

im new in power bi 

i try all this option (also ?chromeless=true or ?chromeless=1) but noone workd

 

mi target is to hide whire laterla boundary in the left and in the righe in embedding url view

 

How to display report on full screen mode on Power BI Report Serverhttps://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiMjQzZTBlNDAtN2IxOS00M2JiLWI2NWYtYWUzMjlhMjZlOTQxIiwidCI6IjA4M... 

 

i wish to fit report in all the browser page, without that boundaryImmagine 2021_01_16__H110923.png

nchambe
Advocate II
Advocate II

Add &rs:embed=true to the end of the URL when viewing in RS. My blog post walks you through the process:

https://sharepointlibrarian.com/2018/02/11/view-and-share-power-bi-report-server-pbirs-reports-full-...

Hi @nchambe,
Is there a way to show report pages on full screen from Power BI service instead of RS ?

Assuming you have a pro license or trial, you can go to file, "publish to web" and copy the first link. That URL can be used to view and share reports full-screen.

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Instead I found someone asking to use 

"?chromeless=1"

at the end of report URL. 

IT works great in hiding navigation bar, top menu bar but it still have filters bar at the right of the screen. 

Do you know of a way to get rid of that ?

 

I don't know about the filter bar yet. Hoping to see that in a future update where we can get rid of it by passing a parameter in the URL.

I am passing parameters through URL how can i show reports in fill screen. I am ok with showing the filter pane but all i need is full screen when i pass filters through url

Found the solution ?rs:embed=true&filter=

Hi @pavithran,

 

I think the solution you mentioned may not work, or is missing some more comments. 

You can try  ?chromeless=1

 

 

Thanks for this info. I can see that it works however it requires manual changes to the URL by the user. Is there a way to set this so that when a user clicks on the report through the report server web interface, it opens in full screen automatically?

 

Cheers

Sure. Something I've done for users is add a "text box" to a new or existing page of their report and created a clickable URL for "View Full Screen"

I like this idea, but I'm having a few challenges with it:

- is there a way to dynamically generate the URL for the full screen mode (get the current URL and tack on the extra bit)?

- the only way I've done this, it launches a new tab and reloads the report.  That means any slicing/filtering I may have done is lost

 

Are there any ways to address these issues?

Here is what I've come up with..

 

Create a bookmark and add javascript to append the ?rs:Command=Render&rc:Toolbar=false string to the end of the URL dynamically

 

1. Create a bookmark to anywhere

2. Edit bookmark and set URL to: javascript&colon;(function(){window.location.href = window.location.href + "?rs:Command=Render&rc:Toolbar=false";})();

3. Make sure your bookmark is in your bookmark bar and bookmark bar is visible

4. Now just click the bookmark bar in the report and viola full screen. 

5. Bonus: Hit F11 to go in full screen mode to really maximize your real estate


@patmcgraw wrote:

Here is what I've come up with..

 

Create a bookmark and add javascript to append the ?rs:Command=Render&rc:Toolbar=false string to the end of the URL dynamically

 

1. Create a bookmark to anywhere

2. Edit bookmark and set URL to: javascript&colon;(function(){window.location.href = window.location.href + "?rs:Command=Render&rc:Toolbar=false";})();

3. Make sure your bookmark is in your bookmark bar and bookmark bar is visible

4. Now just click the bookmark bar in the report and viola full screen. 

5. Bonus: Hit F11 to go in full screen mode to really maximize your real estate


For those who want to copy and paste, be sure to replace the "&colon;" with ":". Otherwise, you'll get an error and won't be able to save the bookmarklet.

 

Anonymous
Not applicable

Thank you all for the great solutions.

 

can you set this at server level instead of doing at web url. I mean, can we do some thing at config files which would apply for all reports.

 

Regards

Santhosh

I acrually have to run this report as a dashboard on TVs around and prevent from not want to use embed code. as it has broad borders on left and right of the report page. 

To get rid of the broad border/margin: Change the page size of your report to match your TV dimensions. Also adjust the embed scripts fixed dimensions accordingly.

 

See post: https://sharepointlibrarian.com/2018/03/06/how-to-change-power-bi-report-page-size/

Thanks for this @nchambe.

 

v-qiuyu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @nedthai,

 

You can append the ?rs:embed=true or ?rs:Command=Render&rc:Toolbar=false at the end of report URL. Assume the report URL is: http://<server>/Reports/powerbi/ScheduleRefresh1129

 

You can set the URL as:

 

http://<server>/Reports/powerbi/ScheduleRefresh1129?rs:embed=true

Or

http://<server>/Reports/powerbi/ScheduleRefresh1129?rs:Command=Render&rc:Toolbar=false

 

Best Regards,
Qiuyun Yu

Community Support Team _ Qiuyun Yu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Hi.

 

Sorry for my ignorance, but I am not able to use it even in a simple case.

The link to my report is 

https://app.powerbi.com/groups/me/reports/ce7aa608-6b4f-4da5-9d5b-35bc801a47bb?ctid=7808e005-1489-43...

 

The link, addding the aforementioned formula:

https://app.powerbi.com/groups/me/reports/ce7aa608-6b4f-4da5-9d5b-35bc801a47bb?ctid=7808e005-1489-43...

leads to an error page.

 

Could someone please point out what I'm doing wrong?

 

Thanks in advance and apologies for my ignorance.

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