Example of General Information tab:
|Double click to edit the report name.
|BI Report ID
|The BI report ID is needed when first setting up a new report and although the report content may change, you should not need to update the ID.
To get the report ID, follow these steps:
Double click into any text field on this screen (a pencil icon will show on the tab so you know you can edit this page), which will allow you to update the report ID.
|A report owner is responsible for updating the reports (e.g. adding commentary) before publishing for approval. Note: If you are not using approvals, this field is optional.
Double click into any text field on this screen (a pencil icon will show on the tab so you know you can edit this page).
Note: Icon will not be displayed in 'List View', which is more commonly used.
|Double click to edit the report description. If a description is added, this will be visible from the BI Report List
|The option selected for Dashboard or Report depends on your BI report.
A Power BI report can contain multiple tabs but work with only one dataset. Reports allow you to filter data in multiple ways.
A Power BI dashboard is a single page, often called a canvas, that tells a story through visualizations. Dashboards are a feature of the Power BI service only and pull data from one or more reports and/or datasets per dashboard.
Read more here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/create-reports/service-dashboards
Double click to edit, then click on this field to display a drop down list of available groups.
|Double click into any text field on this screen (a pencil icon will show on the tab so you know you can edit this page).
You can change the radio button for Activate Building Mode to Yes or No.
Setting this option to Yes allows you to edit and save reports embedded in UNTAP. Users with access to the report have the fields (data model) tab and visualisations (widgets) tab available.