Calendar Pro requires a valid per-user license to be used. We adhere to the ISV app licensing system provided by Microsoft to allow users to purchase and manage licenses easily.
Power BI Embedded (Publish To Web, PaaS embed) / Report Server / National Clouds: Calendar Pro cannot be licensed on Power BI Embedded or Report Server using the system described on this page. If you are in one of these environments, please contact us
Here is an overview of the process required to obtain licenses for Calendar Pro:
Estimate the number of users who will use Calendar Pro and, therefore, the number of licenses required. You can do this simply by adding up the number of people designing reports containing the visual with who will view them. For example:
Designers Viewers Licenses Required 1 0 1 10 50 60 10 10,000 10,010
If you don’t get enough licenses, some of your users will see an unlicensed notification.
Visit the Calendar Pro page on AppSource and press the Buy now button.
Choose the plan that bets fits you requirements and press Next.
Choose the billing terms, recurring option and the exact number of users to license.
Complete the checkout by providing a valid payment method and confirming the purchase.
After you have purchased one or more licenses, you need to assign them to your users or Active Directory groups.
You must be a Global, License, or User admin to assign licenses. To use group-based licensing, see Assign licenses to users by group membership in Azure Active Directory
If you purchased the license for yourself and are not an admin, you can still self-assign it with the following procedure.
Follow these steps to proceed:
Sign in to your Microsoft 365 admin center
On the navigation menu, select Billing > Licenses.
Click on Assign License and select the users or groups to assign the license to.
Press Assign and you are done.
At this point the users you have selected will be able to use all the features of Calendar Pro.
If you are using Calendar Pro without a valid license, you will see different notifications based on your environment:
Power BI Desktop / Power BI service in Edit view:
Power BI service in Reading view:
Power BI Embedded / Report Server / National Clouds environment: