Build Your Own Power BI App

Reza Rad shows how to build a Power BI app:

Till now there were about 6 methods of sharing content in Power BI, including:

I have written about some of these already (follow links above), and will write about the rest soon. Yesterday, Microsoft announced preview version of Power BI Apps, which is a new method of sharing. This is an enhancement version of two methods previously: Work spaces, and Content Packs together!

Read on for a step-by-step guide.

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