[Power Platform] Retrieve Power Automate Flow Run Logs and Visualise in Power BI

Level of Difficulty: Intermediate – Senior. This post will focus on pulling the Power Automate flow run logs, using PowerShell, exporting them to a CSV file and visualising them in Power BI What are the steps? The steps that we will be following are: Setup PowerShell Get the data Visualise in Power BI Setup PowerShellContinue reading “[Power Platform] Retrieve Power Automate Flow Run Logs and Visualise in Power BI”

[Power BI] Connecting Power BI to an Excel File Stored on Microsoft Teams, SharePoint or OneDrive as a Data Source

Level of Difficulty: Beginner – Senior. Power BI reports are a quick and easy way to visualise existing data. Often, we want to visualise data from flat files that aren’t necessarily stored on our local computer but rather, files that are modified by other contributors. By storing a file on OneDrive or SharePoint (or indirectly,Continue reading “[Power BI] Connecting Power BI to an Excel File Stored on Microsoft Teams, SharePoint or OneDrive as a Data Source”

[Power BI] Creating a Hamburger Menu for Filters in Power BI

Level of Difficulty: Beginner – Senior. Often we create Power BI reports that require some sort of filtering mechanism but filters take up a lot of real-estate that could be used for other visuals instead. What if we could hide and show a filter pane using a “hamburger” menu mechanism? We can and here’s how.Continue reading “[Power BI] Creating a Hamburger Menu for Filters in Power BI”