We are after reporting capabilities to capture granular detail on activity within Teams.
We would like to have data capturing:
1. Number of users enabled
2. Number of daily active unique users
3. Breakdown of devices uniquely used
4. Number of teams created
5. Number of teams deleted
6. How many instant messages sent overall in the Chat
7. How many calls made in Teams
8. Number of files shared in channels
9. How many combined ‘likes’ have been made over a period of time
Thank you so much for your support of the product. This request was particularly helpful and we appreciate your engagement in the surveys, comments and forum to help us design this feature. Please continue to submit ideas!
For this item, we’re making great progress. It has now entered TAP validation with a small group of tenants. Will let you know how that goes!
We're trying to encourage uptake and participation and link activity to a KPI in our mentorship programmes. The ability to report on activity by user\team\like\comment\etc would be quite valuable to us.
Paul Fisher commented
We are currently using Slack in an educational environment to supplement our legacy LMS for discussion boards. We have found that students are much more engaged this way. We are looking to replace Slack with Teams because of the integration with Office365 and all the services we provide there.
Currently a professor can search for a student and determine how "engaged" they are in the discussion. A search returns the students posts and # of replies the post received, etc...
Al Linke commented
Yep, need this one. We've been promoting Teams but have no current way to track usage and success.
Andy Dale commented
Yes, how can we find how many Teams are out there. We can see lots of new groups but how can we identify which ones are Teams.
Boworn Ananchailikhit commented
A Dashboard that user can pin all the pages required to manage it's own work, This way User doesn't leave teams to check emails or tasks.....
e.g. Tasks, Notifications
Gaja Nagarajan commented
We enabled Teams for few of our project groups. We would like to know how many of our team members have logged into the tool and/or have accessed it. is there a report that Administrator can run to find usage metrics?
Please provide Analytics for Teams. We would like to know use statistics as this availability in Slack was very useful.
Sri kalyan commented
Reports for teams usage ex: number of teams created , usage activity etc
David Vigil commented
User reporting for help desk scenario. Would be nice to track who's answering most questions posted for performance metrics.
Have a customizable dashboard option where you could put at a glance updates on groups our channels showing recent updates. Maybe make the smaller widgets in dashboard detachable and allow drop on desktop with always on top option to set up in corner of screen while you work. And of course allow click in to drill in to team app location the widget is for.
Please add some kind of reporting for Teams as it would really help us gauge our company's uptake of teams.
Reporting should have some kind of breakdown by global region, number of chats/teams/other.
Jason B commented
We are running a pilot using Teams and have been asked by a manager if they can see which members of the team have viewed a file that has been added. It is possible to see when a file was modified and who made the change but not who has viewed the file.
Just like in SharePoint you can see your Most Popular items/pages or how many views a document has received, this would be very helpful to have in Teams. Most popular Channel, document views, maybe from a Chat perspective, how many Chats a team member has posted.
Fanny Tsui commented
I think Teams missing the statistics elements
John Wynne commented
I'd be interested to see how My Analytics might be leveraged by Microsoft Teams. Channels, Teams, Activity seem relevant particularly when Group functionality becomes available.
Kirk T commented
It would be nice to see a report of how many Teams are created and the storage usage for each team.
Gabriel Kent commented
At very least basic info for Teams should make it into Admin Center > Reports > Usage
This would make it easy to see chat abuse!