Better with SharePoint


PerformancePoint Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 (PPS)  makes it easy and convenient to organize and share your business insights. Upcoming blog posts by Office BI pros will delve into the following topics:

  • Efficiently organize PPS content in SharePoint Server
  • Easily share up-to-date information
  • Quickly preview PPS content in SharePoint
  • Build impressive PPS scorecards based on SharePoint lists


Stay tuned for more on these topics! If you have suggestions for other topics, please leave a comment below.


Poornima Hanumara
Program Manager| Office BI


Comments (6)

  1. Jeff H. says:

    Instead of building PPS scorecards with SharePoint lists, how about complex/impressive scorecards using AS and PowerPivot?

  2. Richard says:

    I agree with Jeff. PowerPivot is an great tool and would like to see more done with it.

  3. Sanjay Shah says:

    i have used PPS and i find the over structure very impressive. But i would like to know whether the following two points aiding 'collaborative' use of PPS would be supported in the near future :

    a   Ability to save a particular 'view' of a dashboard

    b   Ability to share context sensitive comments and displaying these to the users.

    sanjay

    sanjay@prosysinfotech.com

  4. Elaine Andersen says:

    Thank you for your question, Sanjay. We don’t disclose plans or features of future releases; however, we appreciate your feedback. Your requests for saving views and adding context-sensitive comments are consistent with feedback we have received from other users, and we know that they are important scenarios to support.

    Elaine Andersen

    Microsoft Office Business Intelligence

  5. Sanjay, Thank you for your question. We don’t disclose plans or features of future releases; however, we appreciate your feedback. Your requests for saving views and adding context-sensitive comments are consistent with feedback we have received from other users, and we know that they are important scenarios to support.

    You can create context sensitive comments on scorecards in PPS. If you can't find the "Enable Annotations" button on the scorecard toolbar, contact your IT admin. More information can he found <A href="office.microsoft.com/…/add-annotations-to-a-performancepoint-scorecard-HA010268021.aspx"> here.</A>

  6. Sanjay, Thank you for your question. We don’t disclose plans or features of future releases; however, we appreciate your feedback. Your requests for saving views and adding context-sensitive comments are consistent with feedback we have received from other users, and we know that they are important scenarios to support.

    You can create context sensitive comments on scorecards in PPS. If you can't find the "Enable Annotations" button on the scorecard toolbar, contact your IT admin. More information can he found <a href="office.microsoft.com/…/add-annotations-to-a-performancepoint-scorecard-HA010268021.aspx"> here.</a>

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