When it comes time to explain that to someone else or use it to help make a decision together, how do you show them the figures? If you want to drill into your data and understand trends, outliers, and the details of what's going on, you want all the visualization and query options that are in Power BI.
In PowerPoint presentations with graphs and charts or pictures of a Power BI report, people most frequently share and clarify data. The issue is that you can't go into the data to find out what's happening, and unless you update it yourself, it won't be updated as new data comes in.
**Adding Power BI reports to PowerPoint
**You can add fully interactive, live Power BI reports to a slide with the new PowerPoint add-in for Power BI data storytelling.
If you use the Office Insiders beta channel and have a Microsoft 365 licence, the Power BI button in PowerPoint should instantly show on the Insert ribbon. Paste the report's URL after clicking to receive the Power BI placeholder.
When you're in the Power BI report, select Export > PowerPoint > Embed Live Data to retrieve the URL, and then click the Open in PowerPoint button on that box to add it to a new presentation. If you want a certain visualization from the report, you may also use a filter or slicer beforehand.
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