Checking Your Credentials Microsoft Teams


The benefit of modern authentication is that it makes it possible for you to sign in to Microsoft Teams without re-entering your email and password every time you want to start a new session. It’s a more secure and reliable way to sign in to Microsoft Teams. Modern authentication is a process that allows you to sign in to an app securely. This video will show you how to check if the credentials you've stored in Womply are correct.

You can easily embed interactive Power BI reports in Microsoft Teams channels and chats.

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You’re not using the right credentials. The Windows credentials you signed in with are different than your Microsoft 365 credentials. Try to sign in again with the correct email/ password combination. If you continue to receive this status code contact your IT admin. You’ll need to re-enter your PIN using a smart card. Re-insert your smart card.


To use the Power BI tab in Microsoft Teams, ensure these elements:

  • Microsoft Teams has the Power BI tab.
  • To add a report in Microsoft Teams with the Power BI tab, you have at least a Viewer role in the workspace that hosts the report. For information about the different roles, see Roles in the new workspaces.
  • To see the report in the Power BI tab in Microsoft Teams, users must have permission to view the report.
  • Users must be Microsoft Teams users with access to channels and chats.

See Collaborate in Microsoft Teams with Power BI for background on how Power BI and Microsoft Teams work together, including other requirements.

Embed a report in Microsoft Teams

Follow these steps to embed your report in a Microsoft Teams channel or chat.

  1. Open a channel or chat in Microsoft Teams, and select the + icon.

  2. Select the Power BI tab.

  3. Use the provided options to select a report from a workspace or a Power BI app.

  4. The tab name updates automatically to match the name of the report name, but you can change it.

  5. Select Save.

Reports you can embed on the Power BI tab

You can embed the following types of reports on the Power BI tab:

  • Interactive and paginated reports.
  • Reports in My workspace, new workspace experiences, and classic workspaces.
  • Reports in Power BI apps.

Start a conversation


When you add a Power BI report tab to Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Teams automatically creates a tab conversation for the report.

  • Select the Show tab conversation icon in the upper-right corner.

    The first comment is a link to the report. Everyone in that Microsoft Teams channel can see and discuss the report in the conversation.

Known issues and limitations

  • In Microsoft Teams, when you export data from a visual in a Power BI report, it's automatically saved to your Downloads folder. It's an Excel file called 'data (n).xlsx' where n is the number of times you've exported data to the same folder.
  • You can't embed Power BI dashboards in the Power BI tab for Microsoft Teams.
  • URL filters aren't supported with the Power BI tab for Microsoft Teams.
  • In national clouds, the Power BI tab isn't available. An older version might be available that doesn't support the new workspace experience or reports in Power BI apps.
  • After you save the tab, you don't change the tab name through the tab settings. Use the Rename option to change it.
  • See the Known issues and limitations section of the 'Collaborate in Microsoft Teams' article for other issues.

Next steps

More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community.



When you try to sign in to Microsoft Teams in Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer or Google Chrome, the site continually loops, and you can never sign in.



This issue occurs if your organization uses Trusted Sites in Internet Explorer and doesn't enable the URLs for Microsoft Teams. In this case, the Teams web-based application cannot sign in, as the trusted sites for Teams are not enabled.


Change Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer or Google Chrome settings using administrator rights or a Group Policy object (GPO).

Microsoft Edge

  1. In the Edge Settings window, select Cookies and site permissions then select Manage and delete cookies and site data under Cookies and data stored.

  2. Turn on Allow sites to save and read cookie data (recommended) and make sure Block third-party cookies is turned off. Alternatively, follow step 3 if you need to keep third-party cookies blocked.

  3. In the same window, under Allow, select Add to add the following sites:

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Internet Explorer

  1. In Windows Control Panel, open Internet Options.

  2. In the Internet Options window, select Privacy and Advanced.

  3. Select Accept for First-party Cookies and Third-party Cookies, and select the Always allow session cookies check box.

    Alternatively, follow steps 3 and 4 if you need to keep third-party cookies blocked.

  4. In the Internet Options window, select Security > Trusted Sites > Sites.

  5. Add the following sites:

    • https://*
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It's always good to validate and enable all trusted URLs for Teams and review the requirements in this article: Office 365 URLs and IP address ranges.

Google Chrome

  1. In the Chrome Settings window, on the Privacy and security tab, select Cookies and other site data.

  2. Under Sites that can always use cookies, select Add and select the Including third-party cookies on this site check box.

  3. Add the following sites:

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Third-party information disclaimer

The third-party products that this article discusses are manufactured by companies that are independent of Microsoft. Microsoft makes no warranty, implied or otherwise, about the performance or reliability of these products.

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