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kault
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App Permissions

I have 3 reports. Right now, these are all in one workspace and all published in one app. 

Within 1 app, is there a way to limit who can see which report?

For example, within the App, I have report A, B, C. John should only be able to see A and B; he should not be able to see C. Can I do this within 1 app? Or do I need to create an app for each report and then set the permissions for each app?

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v-lionel-msft
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Hi @kault ,

 

"I have report A, B, C. John should only be able to see A and B; he should not be able to see C. "

You can add RLS to all three reports.

For example, the RLS of report C is set to John not being able to access any data. . . Then three reports can be included in the same APP.

Row-level security (RLS) with Power BI 

 

Best regards,
Lionel Chen

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v-lionel-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @kault ,

 

"I have report A, B, C. John should only be able to see A and B; he should not be able to see C. "

You can add RLS to all three reports.

For example, the RLS of report C is set to John not being able to access any data. . . Then three reports can be included in the same APP.

Row-level security (RLS) with Power BI 

 

Best regards,
Lionel Chen

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

mahimabedi
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No way to share all 3 reports using the app to differnt audiance. You could however use multiple sharing mechinism if there is one report that all users need access to.

Example:

report A: all users need access (John, Jane, Marc)

report B: John and Jane need access

report C: Mark needs access

 

steps:

  1. Incude report A in app, and share with all 3 users
  2. share report B via "report share" to John and Jane
  3. share report C via "report share" to Marc
  4. On report A, add shared links for report B and C. 

The user would not know that 2 different sharing mechanisms have been used.

 

PS: Please mark this post as a "solution"  if this helps solving the issue and/or hit the "thumbs-up" button if you found this insighful. Thanks.

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