Let’s imagine you’re running a (fictive) company, and you’re short on data & analytics experts. Therefore, you decide to in hire expertise, and they will help you build your Power BI reports. As an employee of this organization, you rather have them starting sooner than later. But… if you need to request accounts for them at your IT organization, this might take weeks, if not a month to properly setup and run through this process. But what alternatives do you have?
In this blog I will further elaborate on the important things you should think about when working with Externals in Power BI. This blog is based on the session I’ve presented at the Dutch Power BI community day and at SQL Bits 2023 on the same topic together with my colleague Odeta Jankaitienė . =
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Successfully collaborating with externals in Power BI is a great way to get the most out of your data and make sure everyone is on the same page. By allowing external users to access your Power BI workspace, they can contribute to the development of reports and dashboards, and help you to uncover new insights that you may not have seen before. You can also use Power BI to create custom datasets, so that external users can visualize their own data in the same way that you would. Additionally, Power BI's sharing capabilities allow external users to share datasets and reports with you, so you can take advantage of their knowledge and expertise. Finally, Power BI's security settings ensure that only authorized external users are able to access your workspace.
5 hours ago — In this blog I will further elaborate on the important things you should think about when working with Externals in Power BI.
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