Microsoft Power BI Custom Data Connectors
This is a repository of custom data connectors to Power BI developed by team at bigintsolutions.com
Available custom data connectors
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The HubSpot Connector
The most requested data connector is here! Connect to HubSpot data and visualize your sales pipeline funnel, deal owner performance, win rate and many more metrics.
- BREAKING CHANGES: Removed properties, renamed properties
- Added life cycle stage in Contacts object
- Added pipeline and priority in Tickets object
- Added forecast properties in Deals object
- Added Tickets object
- Added Owners object
- Added associated company in contacts
- Added associated company in deals
I'm excited, how do I get started?
Step 1: Get HubSpot key for your account
Step 2: Download HubSpot.mez file from HubSpot\build folder in this repository
Step 3: Copy this file under C:\Users\<Your_User_Name>\Documents\Microsoft Power BI Desktop\Custom Connectors
*If the folders do not exist, create them
Step 4: Open Power BI Desktop, set "(Not recommended) Allow any..." under Options/Data Extensions
Step 5: Restart Power BI Desktop, navigate to "Get Data" -> "More..." -> "Online Services" and you will find "HubSpot (Beta)), select it.
Step 6: Input Key of your HubSpot Account
Step 7: You can now select objects from your HubSpot account
After you have imported the data, you can create a stunning view of the data like this:
The Zendesk Support Tickets Connector
Extremely useful connector to fetch Zendesk Support views and tickets information from Zendesk. The connector uses OAuth 2.0 to access your Zendesk's account data.
- Register an OAuth 2.0 client.
Make sure to provide "redirect_url" as https://oauth.powerbi.com/views/oauthredirect.html
Read more here
See screenshot below for quick navigation
- Grab client id and secret
Client Id is nothing but the unique identifier.
Download the .mez file from ZendeskSupport\build folder from this repo
Rename ZendeskSupport.mez to ZendeskSupport.zip
Unzip the contents, and edit config.json in Notepad or any text editor
Replace your_client_id and your_client_secret with your apps client_id and client_secret
Save the file, and zip the contents again. Please make sure you select all content (Ctrl+A), right click and send to Compressed (zipped) folder.
Rename the zip back to .mez
Copy this to %USERPROFILE%\Documents\Microsoft Power BI Desktop\Custom Connectors
Note: Create folders if they do not exist.
Open Power BI Desktop, set "(Not recommended) Allow any..." under Options/Data Extensions
Restart Power BI Desktop, navigate to "Get Data" -> "More..." -> "Online Services" and you will find "Zendesk Support (Beta)), select it.
- Provide your Zendesk account full URL and follow along.
If everything is set correctly, then you will see a list of all active views. You can select whatever views you want data for.
And visualize it something like this:
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