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Add Power BI Reports On Model-Driven App Form with Power BI Report Control

Earlier, Power BI reports on the CRM were directly added to the dashboard. However, recently we received a request from a client, who wanted to view a Power BI report of leads and opportunities related to accounts. He wanted to have this view in a tab on the account form itself.

We researched this request and were able to find a solution! We found out that Microsoft has added a new feature, through which users can now add Power BI report to a model-driven app form.

To do so, follow the below steps:

1. Publish your report from the Power BI desktop app.

2. Select the environment, which you selected in the beginning while publishing the report.
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3. Once you publish the report, navigate to https://app.powerbi.com/ and sign in with your CRM credentials. Then, click on Workspaces and select your environment.

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4. Click Upload to upload a Power BI report on the Workspace and select the file from File Explorer. Doing so will add the report to your environment.

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After, adding the report, navigate to https://make.powerapps.com/ Then create a new solution, and add an account or entity to it. Note that you may add any entity, depending on where you would like to show the Power BI report.

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5. After selecting the entity, click on Add Existing à Analytics à Power BI Report as shown below.

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6. Add your Power BI report to the solution as presented in the screenshot below.

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7. After selecting the report, navigate to Account’s main form and add a tab.

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8. Then select Power BI Report by clicking on the Component button.

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9. After adding the report save and publish the form. This will enable you to view the Power BI report on the Account form as in the screenshot.

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Conclusion

By using the new feature, you can unlock the power to aggregate data across systems and tailor it down to the context of a single record.

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