Microsoft Search Insights dashboard reports

You can use the Microsoft Search Insights dashboard to manage Bing data for your published answers. This is just one of the steps needed to make content easy to find for your users.

When you first go to Microsoft Search in the Microsoft 365 admin center, you enter on the Insights dashboard.

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The following reports are available on the Insights dashboard.

Note

The data in the reports only represents Bing data.

Top queries

This report gives details about the top 2000 Bing search queries that users run. For a query to appear in Top queries, the query must get at least three clicks.

Top queries report with the table headers: Query, Total queries, and click-through rate.

A low click-through rate (CTR) means that users aren’t finding what they’re looking for.

You can choose different views of the report by filtering on the type of answer. For example, if you just want to view the top queries for Bookmarks, select the drop-down in the upper-right corner of the report, and then select Bookmarks. By default, All answer types are shown.

Filter the top queries report by Bookmarks, people, Q&A, Files, Groups, Locations, Conversations, and sites

Impression distribution

This report shows impression distribution in Bing over time for various answers. Examples are bookmarks, people, Q&A, files, locations, file sites, groups, and conversations.

Impressions report with 90 days selected as the time period.

Impression distribution can help admins understand what users look for during a specified period.