Have you heard about the new apps yet? Apps are the new way to distribute content to large audiences in Power BI. You create apps in app workspaces, which replace groups and group workspaces. We recommend using apps instead of organizational content packs or read-only workspaces. Learn more about apps.
As creator or admin of an app workspace in Power BI or in Office 365, you manage some aspects of the workspace in Power BI. Other aspects you manage in Office 365.
In Power BI you can:
In Office 365 you can:
You need a Power BI Pro license to be an admin or member of an app workspace. Your app users need a Power BI Pro license, too, unless your app workspace is in a Power BI Premium capacity. Then business users can access your app with a Power BI free license instead. Read What is Power BI Premium? for details.
In the Power BI service, select the arrow next to Workspaces > select the ellipsis (…) next to your workspace name > Edit workspace.
Here you can rename, add or remove members, or delete the app workspace.
Select Save or Cancel.
In the Power BI service, select the arrow next to Workspaces > select the ellipsis (…) next to your workspace name > Members.
This opens the Outlook for Office 365 group view of your app workspace.
You may need to sign into your corporate account.
Tap the ellipsis (…) next to a member's name to make the member an admin or delete the member from the app workspace.
When you distribute your app from the app workspace, the image you add here will be the image for your app. See the Add an image to your app section of the article Create and distribute an app in Power BI.
In the Outlook for Office 365 view of your app workspace, select the group image to edit group workspace properties.
You can edit the name, description, and language, add an image, and set other properties here.
Select Save or Discard.