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peggyh
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Reports with Multiple Pages on Dashboard

Hello there.  I am a newbie with Power BI and struggling to find an approach to display multipe report pages on something like a dashboard.  I have six separate Power BI reports in six separate Power BI projects.  I created the reports via this approach as it is my understanding that each report must have it's own project since the data sources for all six of the reports are different.  The first thing I would like to know is whether or not that is true or if I can in fact use one project for multiple reports that all have different data sources.

My next question is can I create a header page that will have six separate links to the different Power BI reports?  If so, can you please provide some guidance as to how to do this?  I have no idea.  My goal is to create something similar to a dashboard with six labels or text boxes.  Each label should be a link to the associated report.

 

I would appreciate any/all assistance you may be able to provide.

Thank you so much,

PH

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lbendlin
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it is my understanding that each report must have it's own project since the data sources for all six of the reports are different.  The first thing I would like to know is whether or not that is true

Not true, mostly.  There are some corner cases.  Your main design decision driver should be your audiences, not your data sources.

 

As for the "Landing Page"  question - that is covered in the app navigation section.  You will want to exercise restraint.  Your job is not to put more clicks between the users and the insights, but fewer clicks.

 

 

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lbendlin
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it is my understanding that each report must have it's own project since the data sources for all six of the reports are different.  The first thing I would like to know is whether or not that is true

Not true, mostly.  There are some corner cases.  Your main design decision driver should be your audiences, not your data sources.

 

As for the "Landing Page"  question - that is covered in the app navigation section.  You will want to exercise restraint.  Your job is not to put more clicks between the users and the insights, but fewer clicks.

 

 

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