Understand how users engage and collaborate with user activity reporting in Microsoft Teams®.
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Collaboration tools like Microsoft Teams® enable your people to work together, wherever they may be located. It’s a great way to bring remote workers together. It keeps remote workers and mobile employees collaborating while they’re on the go.
Your people can connect via voice, video, or simply chat for quick answers.
The benefits of a tool like Microsoft Teams® goes beyond the way it empowers collaboration and sharing. It also offers detailed reporting of how and how much your people use the platform.
Reporting features are accessed through the Microsoft 365 admin center. With user activity reporting, you can see:
You can see this data for your whole organization or at the individual user level, if you want to analyze usage in this way.
A simple report to use, user activity reporting gives you a lot of valuable information.
When you look at user activity reporting in the Microsoft 365 admin center, you’ll see a page line chart. On that page, you’ll see the following key data points:
You can view activity data over 7, 30, 90, or 180-day time periods. The chart will graph the time period indicated; however, the table below will show the past 30-days of data up to the date of the report.
Look at activity volume by activity type: chat messages between the team, private chats, calls, and meetings.
See which type of activity your people use most and when.
The table allows you to customize the data you want to see by adding or removing columns. On this table, you can see1:
Notes on user data and privacy:
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