Provide document owners the ability to see who viewed and/or edited their files
Provide document owners the ability to see who viewed and/or edited their files. It would also be helpful to provide Office 365 admins an interface that would allow them to see who accessed and/or edited files and on which date/time those files were accessed, It would also be helpful to have an interface that enables reporting regarding specific files access / edits to Executives. This would allow admins to provide reports on file access / edits AND that information is also helpful in demonstrating Teams adoption success.
Use case: We use a certain Team as a support file library for technical documentation. Giving admins and file owners the ability to see who accessed or edited their files, both in Teams and Sharepoint would be helpful, from a file-access tracking perspective and from an adoption success perspective.
I need to determine the effectiveness and use of TEAMS by seeing number of 'views' a document has. This would determine how much effort we put into using this platform.
Agree with the above, unable to know who had edited a document and corrupted the intent of the content
Would be helpful to know number of times a file has been accessed to determine if it's a useful file or just "sitting on the shelf".
I need this to track success for sales enablement presentations I have created. its a way of validating metrics for product management