And entire report pages can be pinned to a dashboard. This is also known as pinning a live tile. Live because you can interact with the tile on the dashboard and because, unlike individual visualization tiles, changes made in the report are synced with the dashboard. Read more about this below.
NOTE: You can't pin tiles from shared reports or from Power BI Desktop.
Watch Amanda create a dashboard by pinning visuals and images from a Power BI report.
Now create your own dashboard using one of the Power BI sample reports.
Hover over the visualization you want to pin, and select the pin icon. Power BI opens the Pin to dashboard screen.
Decide whether to pin to an existing dashboard or new dashboard.
In some cases, the item you are pinning may have a theme already applied. For example, visuals pinned from an Excel workbook. If so, select which theme to apply to the tile.
A Success message (near the top right corner) lets you know the visualization was added, as a tile, to your dashboard.
From the navigation pane, select the dashboard with the new tile. Select the tile to jump back into the report. Or, edit the tile display and behavior.
Another option is to pin an entire report page to a dashboard. This is an easy way to pin more than one visualization at a time. Also, when you pin an entire page, the tiles are live; you can interact with them right there on the dashboard. And changes you make to any of the visualizations back in the report editor, like adding a filter or changing the fields used in the chart, are reflected in the dashboard tile as well.
For more information, see Pin an entire report page
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