In the same workflow, I would like to send, for example, 5 emails to 5 recipients using the action "Export To File for Power BI Reports" with a bookmark so each recipient gets a customized data report. However, each time I used that action, they each received the same data report. I used the dynamic variable, named "content file" (see screenshot), but I haven't been able to send a customized data report to each recipient.
Could you please help me identify a solution?
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Thank you @bchager6 !
My mistake was to use "bookmarkGuid=Bookmark...." instead of "Bookmark...". I will pay more intention in the future to little details.
Have a good day 🙂
@Vincentvillerey can you please let me know if this works for you? I would also like to figure out how to export a specific visualization, but am not finding any documentation on how to do that.
I'm not to understand you very well, but the philosophy is following: for each export, you have to use one PageName with one BookMark. You cannot use one PageName with another BookMark twice on the same export ; if you want to use a similar PageName, you can duplicate it on Power BI Desktop and get PageName and its BookMark.
Is it better now?
I am using a one-page name with one bookmark but it gives me an error message when I run the workflow "Export report with page names which does not exist in the report is not supported" However I copied the correct page name from the Power BI URL
Can someone help me with the following issue that I'm facing. I have a report in Power BI that's refresh every day. I'm interest in sending the mail based on the 19 value when it changes. So I created a metric in Power BI that tracks that value and when it changes I should receive the mail (logic) but I'm not receiving any email.
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