Visualize data in model-driven apps with Power BI


Microsoft announced the availability of Power BI quick reports in model-driven apps in preview. This update combines the capabilities of Power Apps, Power BI, and Dataverse in a seamless way to help you visualize and understand your data – with one click.

How to enable Power BI quick report visualization

To enable this feature, you must go to the solution.

Click on Solution > Select New or Add existing > More > Setting > Setting environment value

Search for Enable Power BI quick report visualization on a table (preview) feature, select and click on Add

You will see the New setting environment window, set the environment value to Yes, and click on Save.

Now, you can see this setting is enabled.

After enabling the feature, we can see visualize this view button is enabled

Click on visualize this view button

You can also personalize this view based on different visuals available in Power BI.

Click on personalize this visual

Click on Visualization type, select the visuals and you can also add different fields to visual

In this way, We can visualize data in model-driven apps with Power BI. If you like this article, feel free to share it with others who might find it helpful! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me.

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