Connect to Projectplace by Planview with Power BI
With the Projectplace by Planview content pack, you can visualize your collaborative project data in entirely new ways directly in Power BI. Use your Projectplace sign-in credentials to interactively view key project statistics, find out who your most active and productive team members are, and identify at-risk cards and activities across projects in your Projectplace account. You can also extend the out-of-the box dashboard and reports to get the insights that are most important to you.
To import your Projectplace data into Power BI, you must be a Projectplace user. See additional requirements below.
How to connect
Select Get Data at the bottom of the left navigation pane.
In the Services box, select Get.
On the Power BI page, select Projectplace by Planview, then select Get:
In the OData Feed URL text box, enter the URL for the Projectplace OData feed you want to use, as shown in the following image:
On the Authentication Method list, select OAuth if it is not already selected. Hit Sign In and follow the login flow.
On the left pane, select Projectplace from the list of dashboards. Power BI imports Projectplace data into the dashboard. Note that the data may take some time to load.
The dashboard contains tiles that display data from your Projectplace database. The following image shows an example of the default Projectplace dashboard in Power BI.
- Try asking a question in the Q&A box at the top of the dashboard
- Change the tiles in the dashboard.
- Select a tile to open the underlying report.
- While your dataset will be schedule to refreshed daily, you can change the refresh schedule or try refreshing it on demand using Refresh Now
To import your Projectplace data into Power BI, you must be a Projectplace user. This procedure assumes you have already signed in to the Microsoft Power BI home page with a Power BI account. If you do not have a Power BI account, create a new free Power BI account on the Power BI home page, and then click Get Data.