Currently there are analytics around the amount of posts in teams and how many people are creating new posts, but it would be nice to have the ability to measure clicks, impressions, and more robust engagements specifically around Announcements.
We use announcement posts to pass information to our teams but have no real way to measure who sees the posts, besides a like or comment they may make on the post. Having the ability to see impressions, engagements or likes would help us adjust our communications and fully understand how many people are seeing our posts.
This would be a great feature!
As long as they don't capture 'the who' did what and use it to harass the individuals who are commenting and posting. But if they also want to know who is commenting and posting and how often or not commenting and posting to contact users on 'why' this or that', then NO do not do this. Enough is enough. If it's anonymous info, okay, otherwise, no.
I agree, I would love a feature like this, too!
In SharePoint you can see the number of views/unique viewers a file has had. Something similar in Teams would really improve our ability to measure adoption and engagement with the tool.