We have SharePoint 2010 environment and we are using Power Pivot service for reporting and data source as SharePoint list.

Since now we are migrating to SharePoint online (Office365), So Could anyone suggest me What is best to use Power Pivot with SharePoint Online.

  1. Is SharePoint Online supports Power Pivot?
  2. Compatibility and support of Power Pivot with SharePoint Online?
  3. Is it best way use Power Pivot on SharePoint Online also? or is there any better solutions present with SharePoint Online like PowerBI?
  4. If PowerBI, then how we will gonna move my existing Power Pivot report to PowerBI?

Any information will be useful, so please comment your thoughts.

  • as far as i know, SharePoint Online does not support PowerPivot, if you want powerpivots you require power Bi with the enterprise gateway
    – Mike
    May 23, 2018 at 19:14
  • Ok, will i able to move my existing Power Pivot report to PowerBI easily?
    – Anil Pal
    May 24, 2018 at 4:09
  • SharePoint Online now supports Power Pivot in Excel workbooks, as does One Drive. This is a fairly recent feature. I haven't tried it using a SharePoint List as a data source
    – MikeAinOz
    May 25, 2018 at 7:33

2 Answers 2


PowerPivot is not available in SharePoint Online. The alternative would be Power BI or using PowerPivot for Excel only. If using PowerPivot for Excel, your users cannot open the Excel directly in SP Online, they need to open the Excel sheet in the client.

It is easy to move existing Power Pivot report to PowerBI, you can refer to below articles for more information:



  • Would it be possible to share the PowerShell code and explain how you automated the refresh please? Best regards, Mo Oweis Apr 2, 2019 at 22:04

I use Excel Services Web Parts in SPO to host PowerPivot Workbooks currently (9-12-2018). PowerPivot work books also work just fine presented in Excel Online. It's your choice.

To refresh the PowerPivot data in the workbooks I have to use PowerShell and save to sync'd folder for the Document Library that holds the workbook.

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