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Helper V
Helper V

Publish to Microsoft Teams

Hello Guys,

 

I have created  reports in power bi desktop using sharepoint as data source. I have published the same reports to power bi service by creating a new workspace of mine. Now i have to show the same reports in microsoft teams.  Users in microsoft teams doesn't have pro license. Is there any way out to show the reports to users or integrate pbix file in Microsoft teams, so that users without pro license can also view the reports in microsoft teams. Kindly help 

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Super User IV
Super User IV

Re: Publish to Microsoft Teams

Hi @ghouse_peer 

 

Consumers of the reports need to have Pro licences or your workspace needs to be backed Premium capacity or Embedded ( but with embedded, I'm not 100% sure ).

 

 

Best Regards,
Mariusz

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Community Support
Community Support

Re: Publish to Microsoft Teams

Hi @ghouse_peer ,

 

According to this document, Power BI Pro license is required for your users to view the report with Power BI tab or Share to Teams button.

 

You have these options to share the report with non-licensed users:

  • Buy Premium
  • Deploy the reports to Power BI Reporting Server on-premise or use other reporting engine (e.g. SSRS)
  • Send them the .pbix files directly (e.g. by e-mail)
  • Export the report to file (e.g. PowerPoint) and share it
  • Use Publish to web - keep in mind that this makes them public and anyone with this link can see them (also there are some limitations, e.g. you can't do this for reports with RLS)
  • Embed within your application using app owns data scenario (see: Embed Power BI content into an application for your customers)
  • And of course, buy Power BI Pro licenses for your colleagues 🙂

 

Reference: Sharing a Power BI report as a Pro user with non pro users.

 

 

Best Regards,

Icey

 

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Super User IV
Super User IV

Re: Publish to Microsoft Teams

Hi @ghouse_peer 

 

Consumers of the reports need to have Pro licences or your workspace needs to be backed Premium capacity or Embedded ( but with embedded, I'm not 100% sure ).

 

 

Best Regards,
Mariusz

If this post helps, then please consider Accepting it as the solution.

Please feel free to connect with me.
LinkedIn

 

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Community Support
Community Support

Re: Publish to Microsoft Teams

Hi @ghouse_peer ,

 

According to this document, Power BI Pro license is required for your users to view the report with Power BI tab or Share to Teams button.

 

You have these options to share the report with non-licensed users:

  • Buy Premium
  • Deploy the reports to Power BI Reporting Server on-premise or use other reporting engine (e.g. SSRS)
  • Send them the .pbix files directly (e.g. by e-mail)
  • Export the report to file (e.g. PowerPoint) and share it
  • Use Publish to web - keep in mind that this makes them public and anyone with this link can see them (also there are some limitations, e.g. you can't do this for reports with RLS)
  • Embed within your application using app owns data scenario (see: Embed Power BI content into an application for your customers)
  • And of course, buy Power BI Pro licenses for your colleagues 🙂

 

Reference: Sharing a Power BI report as a Pro user with non pro users.

 

 

Best Regards,

Icey

 

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Helper V
Helper V

Re: Publish to Microsoft Teams

@Mariusz @Icey  Thanks for the info , it really helped me.

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