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Viewing reports and dashboards on mobile devices

SharePoint 2013

Updated: February 19, 2013

Learn how to view reports and dashboards on mobile devices, such as Apple iPad and Windows 8 tablet devices.

Applies to:  SharePoint Server 2013 

Have you been wondering about how to view business intelligence content, such as reports, scorecards, and dashboards on mobile devices? Are you interested in enabling people to consume business intelligence content on the go? Use the articles in this section to learn how to create and configure different reports, scorecards, and dashboards that can be consumed on certain kinds of mobile devices, such as Apple iPad and Windows 8 tablets.

In this section

This section contains detailed information about how to create reports, scorecards, and dashboards that can be viewed by using a mobile device, such as Apple iPad and Windows 8 tablets. The following table describes the articles that are included in this section.

Table: Summary of articles in this section

Article Description

Configuring business intelligence content for viewing on mobile devices

Provides tips and tricks to consider when you configure reports and dashboards to be consumed on mobile devices.

View and explore data in a dashboard

This video shows how you can explore an Excel Services dashboard using Windows 8 tablet. The video highlights the following capabilities:

  • How an Excel Services dashboard can be displayed using worksheet view or gallery view

  • How to open the Fields list for a value in a PivotChart report or a PivotTable report

  • How to apply a slicer to view more specific information

  • How to open and use Quick Explore to view additional information about a value in a PivotChart report or a PivotTable report

Change History

Date Description

February 19, 2013

Added a link to a new video about viewing Excel Services dashboards on Apple iPad.

December 18, 2012

Initial publication

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