By Michele Hart
Friday, September 8, 2017
Many of you have one dashboard that you visit more than any others. It might be the dashboard you use to run your business, or it might contain an aggregation of tiles from many different dashboards and reports.
When you select a dashboard as featured, each time you open Power BI service, it will open with that dashboard displayed.
NOTE: You can also select a few dashboards and set them as favorites. See Dashboard favorites.
If you haven't yet set a Featured dashboard, Power BI will open to the last dashboard you used.
Watch Amanda create a featured dashboard and then follow the instructions below the video to try it out yourself.
Open the dashboard that you'd like to set as Featured.
In the top navbar, you'll either see Set as featured or just the Featured icon. Select either one.
Confirm your selection.
Of course, if you change your mind later you can set a new dashboard as the featured dashboard.
Follow steps 1 and 2 from above.
Select Set as featured. Un-featuring a dashboard does not remove it from your workspace.
If you decide that you don't want any dashboard to be designated as featured, here's how to un-feature a dashboard.
Open the currently-featured dashboard.
In the top menubar, select Disable featured.
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