A while ago, I've been asking to our french Microsoft BI guru Frank Mercier if it was possible to integrate a PowerBI report into a Project Online page. The answer was "unfortunately, no (t yet)..". I was quite frustrated because we all know that our customers do love the "all in one place" principle. Saying them that they must navigate to another ecosystem in order to view their favorite reports was not a good promotion for our PPM solution.
If you are a regular reader of my post, you know that I do love PowerBI, have often blogged about it due to the regular updates the product team brings to the solution. So you might guess what is coming below, don't you..?
You can now integrate your PowerBI dashboards in Project Online. And guess what, it take 2 steps!
Go to the file menu:
Retrieve the embeded code choosing the frame size:
Then go to your Project Online home page, insert a new content editor webpart:
Paste the embeded code in the HTML source code dialog box:
The dashboard contains all the tabs and is dynamic.
After a few layout improvments on your homepage, it could looks like the following capture. You could integrate your PowerBI dashboard in a new PDP following the procedure above (I suggest to follow Jerome's advice and use a script editor webpart) and create a carousel on the homepage with a promoted link app, and also add the PDP in the quick launch menu.
Warning: When you use Publish to web, the report or visual you publish can be viewed by anyone on the Internet. There is no authentication used when viewing these reports. Only use Publish to web with reports and data that the anyone on the Internet (unauthenticated members of the public) should be able to see. Do not use Publish to web with sensitive data, data that has financial implications, data that must remain confidential, or data that you do not have the license rights to publish.