In this article, we show you the step by step approach to pin report to Power BI dashboard with a practical example. Before we start pinning the reports to the Power BI dashboard, let me show you the page that I use in this example.
As you can see from the screenshot below, this is the report that we published from Desktop. To demonstrate this Pin Report to Dashboard example, we use the Page level Filters page.
Pin Report to Power BI Dashboard Approach 1
This approach pin all the visuals that are available on this page. I mean Column Chart, Pie Chart, and Bar Chart.
In order to Pin the whole page to the Power BI dashboard, click on the Pin Live Page button that we showed in the below screenshot
Clicking that Pin Live Page button opens the following window.
- Existing dashboard: Select this option to add this report to an existing dashboard.
- New Dashboard: Select this option to create a new dashboard for this report.
Let me select the New dashboard option, and next, we assigned the dashboard name as Fourth Dashboard
Within the Fourth dashboard, you can see the whole page inside our dashboard.
Pin Report to Power BI Dashboard Approach 2
This approach will pin individual visuals that are available on this page.
In order to Pin any individual chart, hover over that chart, and it will shows you the Pin Visual button that we showed in the screenshot below.
Click on that button to open the following window. This time also, we are selecting the New dashboard and assigned the name as the Fifth dashboard.
Within the Fifth dashboard, you can see the Column Chart that we pinned before.