Share Reports Easily

Share interactive and dynamic Power BI reports fast, easily, and without coding skills.

Report Sharing is one of BI Books' key features. BI Book is a place where you can embed Power BI reports and share them securely with other users. 

You can easily and securely share reports with your organization's own users and external users like investors, suppliers, customers, frontline workers, etc.

With BI Book, you can share reports with the following key features:

  • Easily share dynamic reports created using Power BI with different users.
  • Secure authentication using Google, Microsoft, or other authentication methods.
  • Restrict user access to only their reports or the rows of data they should have access to. 
  • Scale up your report sharing to hundreds or thousands of users. 
  • Track how users use and view reports.
  • Quickly and easily publish new reports or edit reports yourself in our no-code environment.
  • Automatically refresh reports when you want users to see new data.

What does the user experience look like? 

  1. The user gets invited via email to the content you have allowed, receives a welcoming email. 
  2. User logs in to BI Book with either Google or Microsoft authentication (Organizations own security policies applied). 
  3. The user sees the reports shared with them in the portal. Reports are accessible via desktop or mobile. 

User management

Determine which users or groups can view or edit reports!

Since there are plenty of modification opportunities in BI Book, it's crucial to define who can access, edit or delete reports. From our perspective, it's clever to limit editing rights to only those users who need them. For example, basic viewing rights are often given for certain organization levels or co-operate companies when the financial teams and CXO's are holding administrative edit rights. This makes BI Book suitable for all kinds of companies, from start-ups to listed companies.

What kind of user roles does BI Book offer?

Basic user roles are:

  1. Admin: User can add and delete users, edit user rights and set up integrations.
  2. Reader: User can view reports (and possibly edit if rights are given)

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