Join our Microsoft Power BI – UK User Group for our webinar in association with Onyx Data (onyxdata.co.uk). This session we are excited to announce our host Leon Gordon will be introducing Emil Glownia.
Join the Microsoft Power BI UK – User Group on –
Microsoft Community – https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Power-BI-UK-User-Group/gh-p/pbi_UK_usergroup
LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8909321/
MeetUp – https://www.meetup.com/microsoft-power-bi-uk
The files from the session are available here – https://katieandemil.com/report-usage-power-bi-dashboard-webinar-recordings-power-bi-file-powerpoint-presentation/
Report Usage In Power BI
What is one of the most important KPI after you deliver Power BI reports/dashboards to users?
Without doubts one of it will be the actual usage of reports where we can answer questions like:
How many users accessed a report (or workspace)?
What are the most popular reports?
Are there any reports that are not being used?
What is the users usage trend?
Usage by Department etc.
Power BI does offer multiple ways to access or gather usage statistics, although all of them have some kind of limitations, so in this session I will present you with most popular ways to access usage information using build-in options, and also show you how to create a bespoke dashboard that overcomes some of the limitations that you will be able to download and refine to your own needs.
This webinar will:
* Show build-in usage reports with its limitations.
* Explore ways to extract usage data and its limitations.
* Present a Power BI Report usage dashboard that you can download and use yourself.
This webinar is for people who:
* Would like to learn about available options for report usage.
* Would like to implement a report usage dashboard.
BIO: Emil is a Microsoft Certified solutions expert in BI and has 15 years’ experience in BI with Microsoft tools with focus on Power BI projects. He co-founded with his wife Katie a Power BI Consulting company (Katie & Emil LTD), he is an international speaker, blogger and author of a book “A career with Microsoft Power BI”.
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