Embedding a URL Page

Add embedded URL pages to your tenant

Embedded URL pages are available with Enterprise- or Commercial-tier subscriptions.

Embedded URL pages extend the possibilities of what your users can achieve within the Reporting Hub by allowing seamless integration of external pages. Whether it's an internal site, a form, or even a custom application, you can embed your creations directly within your Reporting Hub, eliminating the need for constant switching between interfaces.

Embedding a URL Page

To embed a URL page within your tenant:

  1. Select your profile picture to access the Admin Settings menu.

  2. Select Manage Content.

  3. From your Admin Settings drop-down, select Manage Navigation.

  4. Pick the appropriate option depending on where in the menu hierarchy you want to create the page link:

    • If you want to add the page to your main menu and not inside of a category: select Add New, then Create URL Page.

    • If you want to add the page under a category or subcategory: navigate to that category and hover over it to reveal the + icon. Select the plus icon, then Add URL Page Link.

  5. Enter the following fields:

    • Name

    • Icon (optional)

    • Description (optional)

    • Page link URL address: include the scheme (http:// or https://) and ensure the address is correct.

  6. Enable the Show Title and Description check box if you want a header with the title and description (entered in step 5) to show above the embedded page.

  7. To grant access, type user email or group names into the Permission (Users/Groups from AD) box and select the ones you wish to add. (Learn more about managing users and groups in AD). The content page will only be visible to those with permission.

  8. Choose a Sort Order: where you want your Page Link to appear in sequence on your Navigation Pane. If you're not sure what the number should be, you can reorder the menu items later.

  9. Click Save.

Common URL Page Use-Cases

The sky's the limit on embeddable content with the URL content page option. Some common examples leveraging URL content pages include:

  • Power Apps

  • Custom applications

  • Online forms for capturing user data

  • Custom HTML content pages

  • Excel files (on Sharepoint)

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