Integrating SalesHood Reporting APIs with Microsoft Power BI

This guide shows you how to connect your SalesHood instance data in so that you can start making reports and correlations in Microsoft Power BI.

Please be advised that this an overview to integrate specifically with SalesHood’s APIs, and will not cover everything you need to use Microsoft Power BI.

This article is not a substitute for learning the tool itself!

Connecting to SalesHood Datasets

Once you have generated your instance token, you’re ready to connect to Microsoft Power BI and start creating reports.
**You will need to repeat this step for each of the 31 datasets you  would  like to import.**

To connect, please follow these steps:

1. Select “Get Data” > “Web

2. Select “Advanced” then input the URL and HTTP request header parameters

The URL will always be this for production:

…and this for preview:

After type=  in the URL, you will input the data set from the Type column  on this page.

In the HTTP request header parameter type, manually input Token, then paste in the token generated using this guide. 

Click “Ok” and you’re connected! R

Note: If you receive a (422) error at this point, that means you are connecting to the wrong state of your instance (preview vs. production). If you are testing preview, please ensure that you are using the correct Token generated for your preview instance, and that the api URL is pointing to preview.

3. Click “To Table” and uncheck “Use Original column as Prefix” to display all dataset columns

Relationships Between Datasets

For further reading on building relationships in Microsoft Power BI, we encourage you to explore Microsoft’s help site (a great place to start is this article on creating and managing relationships).

Need further assistance? Please reach out to for anything API related.

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