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Amit_Porwal Regular Visitor
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hide the left pane for other user

I want  to hide the left pane of the power bi dashboard for all other user apart from the admin.

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Super User
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Re: hide the left pane for other user

Took me a few minutes to find:

 

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/powerbi/archive/2015/11/24/power-bi-weekly-service-update-1124.aspx#chromele...

 

Chromeless Full Screen Mode for Dashboards and Reports

We heard from many users that they want to display their dashboards in hallways and presentations, and the chrome around the dashboard can distract users from what is most important. Last week we added improvements to full screen mode in terms of navigation. This week we are taking it one-step further and allowing users to display their dashboards in full screen mode without the Power BI chrome. To view dashboards in chromeless full screen mode, add the URL parameter ?chromeless=1 to the URL of the dashboard you want to view.

For example, https://app.powerbi.com/groups/me/dashboards/3065afc5-63a5-4cab-bcd3-0160b3c5f741?chromeless=1

This will load the dashboard without any chrome, and now you will be able to enter full screen mode of your browser and have a beautiful dashboard to display in presentations, office hallways, and anywhere else you would want to show off your creations.



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Super User
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Re: hide the left pane for other user

Took me a few minutes to find:

 

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/powerbi/archive/2015/11/24/power-bi-weekly-service-update-1124.aspx#chromele...

 

Chromeless Full Screen Mode for Dashboards and Reports

We heard from many users that they want to display their dashboards in hallways and presentations, and the chrome around the dashboard can distract users from what is most important. Last week we added improvements to full screen mode in terms of navigation. This week we are taking it one-step further and allowing users to display their dashboards in full screen mode without the Power BI chrome. To view dashboards in chromeless full screen mode, add the URL parameter ?chromeless=1 to the URL of the dashboard you want to view.

For example, https://app.powerbi.com/groups/me/dashboards/3065afc5-63a5-4cab-bcd3-0160b3c5f741?chromeless=1

This will load the dashboard without any chrome, and now you will be able to enter full screen mode of your browser and have a beautiful dashboard to display in presentations, office hallways, and anywhere else you would want to show off your creations.



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Amit_Porwal Regular Visitor
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Re: hide the left pane for other user

Thanks !!! for the solution provided, works like a charm Smiley Happy

nrnelsonribeiro Frequent Visitor
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Re: hide the left pane for other user

Hi guys.

 

Is there any option, like chromeless, that apply on reports?

How can I hide the gray bar (that contains icons like about, full screen) on a report to embbed just the report data in a dashboard?

 

Thanks.

beneuto Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: hide the left pane for other user

The ?chromeless=1 suffix works on reports as well.

 

Now just need to get rid of the Page and Filter bars!

harshadsp Member
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Re: hide the left pane for other user

Hi,

Need help! Could I have the ?chromless=1 added while sharing the dhasboard itself? I believe that as of now we need to add this manually with URL but it would be good if I can share the dashboard in chromeless mode. I tried to amend the URL while sharing but it doesn't allow any changes.

 

Anyone have any idea.

 

Thanks!

ShrikantKhanna Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: hide the left pane for other user

Thanks @kcantor.

 

Great thing to identify. Is there a way to hide Filters bar from teh right ?

Super User
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Re: hide the left pane for other user

@ShrikantKhanna

The only work around I know for that would be to pin the page as a live tile to a dashboard and share the dashboard in chromeless. That removes the filter bar from the right but allows the page to maintain functionality.



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