Hi! In this video, we’ll show you how to add the Projectplace registered content pack for Microsoft PowerBI. PowerBI’s out-of-box dashboard and reports transform data to reveal valuable insights like key project statistics, at-risk cards and activities, potential bottlenecks, and who your most active and productive team members are. And, any user with an Enterprise account can activate the content pack. To get started, sign into your PowerBI account – if you don’t have a PowerBI account yet, it’s easy to create one. Login to your account… and navigate to the Content Pack Library… select Services… and search for Projectplace. Select the content pack. After adding it, you’ll need to enter the Projectplace OData Feed URL. Next you’ll be prompted to enter your Projectplace credentials. If you’re already signed into Projectplace elsewhere on your computer, PowerBI will skip this step, and take you directly to the dashboard. Click Allow – and wait for your data to load. Once the import is complete, your dashboard will appear, showing all your Projectplace data. Now that your data has loaded, you can begin interacting with it in the dashboard and in reports. Now that your data has loaded, you can begin interacting with it in the dashboard and in reports. Hover over a visual to see details on that specific data point – or, click on a tile, to drill down into the seven-page report built from the data set. or, click on a tile, to drill down into the seven-page report built from the data set. Edit Mode allows you to view and filter the tables and fields included in the dataset. Edit Mode allows you to view and filter the tables and fields included in the dataset. Use the filter pane to customize existing visuals, or create new ones. Save, You can even ask a question of your data, such as such as – view boards by card count. PowerBI will automatically update the dataset daily, but you can set the data refresh schedule to meet your needs. When you’re ready, the sharing function is a powerful way to share Projectplace data in customized Dashboards for stakeholders. Finally, to learn more about using PowerBI to gather insights from your Projectplace data, you can visit the Microsoft PowerBI blog. you can visit the Microsoft PowerBI blog.