This article teaches you how to rename a dashboard, report, report page, workbook, dataset, app, and workspace in Power BI service.
Can I change the name?
|Content type||I'm the author or creator||Shared with me|
|Dashboard in a workspace||Yes||No|
|Report in a workspace||Yes||No|
|Workbook in a workspace||Yes||No|
|Dataset in a workspace||Yes||No|
|App workspace||Yes, if you are the owner or have Admin permissions||No|
|Published Apps||Not from the App screen, but the App name can be changed from the App workspace and re-published with a new name if you have Admin permissions||No|
|App content (dashboard, report, workbook, dataset)||Not from the App screen, but the App's content can be renamed from the App workspace and re-published with a new name if you have Admin permissions||No|
|Content in Shared with me||No||No|
Start in a workspace and select the Dashboards, Reports, or Workbooks tab. Hover over the item to rename, and select the gear icon .
On the Settings page, type the new name and select Save.
Start in a workspace and select the Datasets tab.
Hover over the item to rename, select the ellipses (...), and choose Rename.
On the Settings page, type a new name and select Save.
Anyone with Admin permissions can rename an App workspace.
Start in the workspace you'd like to rename.
In the top-right corner, select the ellipses (...) and choose Edit workspace.
Type a new workspace name and select Save.
Don't like the name of a page in your Power BI report? A new name is just a click away. Pages can be renamed in report Editing view .
Open the report in Editing View.
Locate the report page tabs at the bottom of the Power BI window.
Open the report page that you'd like to rename by selecting the tab.
Double-click the name on the tab to highlight it.
Type a new report page name and select ENTER.
If the item to be renamed has been shared with you, or is part of a content pack, you won't see the gear icon and you won't have access to Settings.
On the Datasets tab, if you don't see the ellipses (...), expand your browser window.
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