I read something else online which says that you can use webparts instead of embedding and expose Power BI content via Publish to web so that internal users could access the report without having a Power BI License. Based on the information I have read on the embedded Power BI license, I thought that was violating licensing terms.
As licensing has changed, there seems to be a gap in the documention regarding embedded and pricing. If anyone can provide more claritiy on this, I would appreciate it.
Publish to web is available for both pro and free users. As there is no authentication used when viewing these reports, end users can view the report without any license as long as they know the link.
If you are embedding for non-Power BI users, you need to purchase Premium license. If it's for Power BI users, the end user of your application needs to sign into the Power BI service when you want to view your content in the application. For more information, see: Embedding with Power BI. As this issue is related to Power BI developer, please post a thread in Developer forum if you still have concern about embedding pricing.
Best Regards, QiuyunYu
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