In the previous post, we learned how to create a simple Power BI Report using Power BI Desktop
Now let us publish the report to Power BI Service from within the Power BI Desktop.
To do so, select the Publish button
Publish window will ask us to save the report file (if not saved) before we could publish it.
Here we are publishing it to the default “My Workspace” app workspace within Power BI Service.
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