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A Power BI report is an interactive view of your data, with visuals representing different findings and insights from that data. Viewing reports in the Power BI mobile apps is the third step in a three-step process.
Power BI reports are stored in different places in the mobile app, depending on where you got them. They can be in Apps, Shared with me, Workspaces (including My Workspace), or on a report server. Sometimes you go through a related dashboard to get to a report, and sometimes they're listed.
In a dashboard, tap the ellipsis (...) in the upper-right corner of a tile > Open report.
Not all tiles have the option to open in a report. For example, tiles created by asking a question in the Q&A box don't open reports when you tap them.
On a phone, the report opens in landscape mode, unless it's optimized for viewing on a phone.
Power BI report authors can create a report layout specifically optimized for phones. In a list of reports, an optimized report has a special icon :
When you view that report on a phone, it opens in portrait view.
A report may have a mix of pages that are and aren't optimized for phones. If so, when you flip through the report the view will switch from portrait to landscape for each page.
Read more about reports optimized for phone view.
When designing a report in the Power BI service (https://powerbi.com), keep in mind that on a phone, you can't see the Filters pane, but you can see slicers on a report page. Add slicers to a report so you and your colleagues can use the slicers to filter the page on a phone.
When you select a value in a slicer on the report page, it filters the other visuals on the page.
In this illustration, the slicer is filtering the column chart to show only July values.
When you select a value in a visual, it doesn't filter the other visuals. It highlights the related values in the other visuals.
Tap a value in a visual.
Tapping the Large column in one visual highlights related values in the other visuals.
Tap the chart, tap the ellipsis (...) and tap the field name.
To reverse the sort order, tap the ellipsis (...) again, then tap the same field name again.
If a report author has added this capability to a visual, on an iPad or a tablet you can drill down in a visual to see the values that make up one part of it. You add drill down to a visual in Power BI Desktop or the Power BI service.
Tap a visual. If it has up and down arrows in the upper corners , then you can drill down. To drill down on one value, tap the arrow in the upper-right corner, then tap a value in the visual in this case, the dark-blue FD-04 bubble.
To drill back up, tap the up arrow in the upper-left corner.
Tap the arrow next to the report name > tap My Workspace.