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How to use one semantic model in different reports


- I have a semantic model named "Common data"

- I have one set of reports grouped as "Sales reports" using the semantic model's data

- I have one set of reports grouped as "Marketing reports" using the semantic model's data


How can i publish these two sets of reports with individual names "Sales Reports" and "Marketing Reports" in the workspace without also renaming the semantic model? And also still be able to change them with "download-edit-publish"?

I need to keep the semantic model's name for scheduling etc., and give access to different report sets to different users.


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Hi @Kethyl 


In order to achieve this, you can use the power BI App audience feature This will allow you to create multiple audiences in a single app workspace. Here are more detailsAnnouncing Public Preview of Multiple Audiences for Power BI Apps | Microsoft Power BI Blog | Micros... 

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