I am not able to sign in the Power BI on the iPhone PowerApps application.
I can access Power BI tiles on web version of Power Apps. However, when I try to reach the Power BI tiles on iPhone. App tell me to sign-in, however when I click the sign-in there is no action on the screen. Therefore, I cannot sign-in to BI.
Hi @alvert ,
I've made a similar test but not met the same problem like your description.
When I firstly open the app in my phone device, the app ask for powerbi permission, I click "Allow".
Then powerbi tile works good in my app. Just need some time to load.
My phone system: ios13.3
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Hi @alvert ,
I am having exactly the same issue that you had on different devices:
iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, iPhone 11, Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018).
Absolutely no luck, reinstalled PowerApps application from AppStore/Play Market. Republished our application - no luck at all. Just seeing the sign in button and nothing happens when I click on it.
Could you tell in more details, what actions did you take with MS Customer Service to update the PowerApps applications to make it work?
I also hace the same problem. I've tried using PowerApps but it's the same problem with Dynamics 365 mobile layout (in my case the power bi is embedded in a model driven app). Any news?
I spent like 2-3 weeks with MS tech support, we had a few Teams conference calls and deep dives into the problem with MS Support.
To make a long story short, the PBI tiles in PA should be embedded using the dashboard tiles from Power BI (don't get confused with Pinned Page on dashboard or Power BI reports). In other words, you can only pin tiles one by one on a dashboard within power bi and then implement them in PowerApps using the Power BI controller.
Literally that's the only officially supported way from MS. All other working deployments are unreliable and can suddenly fail at any time. MS PowerBI and PowerApps teams know that this integration scenario sucks in many ways (hard to implement, very slow performance, etc. ), and sometime later they will release a new PowerBI controller for PowerApps. But we don't know when.
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