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Recently i created a working helpdesk via Sharepoint Online

Everything is good and all but i now need to come out with some reporting options

I have tried googling but was not able to find a suitable solution

Can anyone please direct me to the right site or tutorial to achieve this?

Edit: Site was developed in Classic Experience as i had to use some scripting to block / hide columns etc

Thanks

  • What kind of reports you need ? – Monica Jagani May 14 at 8:53
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You can use chart web part in modern page --> chart web part. Select your list and it will show reports like bar etc.

Refer this link Quick chart webpart

  • Hi Monica, i forgotten to mention that my site was created on classic experience as i had to use some script to hide and disable columns etc – Tommy0824 May 14 at 21:28
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Have you taken a look at PowerBi? You can connect it to a ton of different data sources such as SharePoint lists and create really neat visuals in an interactive dashboard that updates in real time.

  • I did my own research as well and found the PowerBi solution but it seems that for others to view the data they will need the PowerBi Pro license? Trying to find an alternative if possible – Tommy0824 May 14 at 21:32
  • hi Zach, just wondering if you have any experience in the PowerBi solution? For example what will happen if i assign myself the PowerBi Pro license, publish the report on a Sharepoint site and then remove the license? What will happen then? – Tommy0824 May 15 at 0:28
  • I am pretty sure you will need to have the license for Power Bi Pro for it to stick around in the SharePoint site unfortunately. There is an option to publish a Power Bi report to the web but doing so makes it publicly visible. This is a great tool by Microsoft but the licensing for this product doesn't make much sense. – Zach Roberts May 16 at 17:40

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