Microsoft Teams device usage report

The Teams device usage report in the Microsoft Teams admin center provides you with information about how users connect to Teams. You can use the report to see the devices that are used across your organization, including how many use Teams from their mobile devices when on-the-go.

View the report

  1. In the left navigation of the Microsoft Teams admin center, click Analytics & reports > Usage reports. On the View reports tab, under Report, select Teams device usage.

  2. Under Date range, select a range, and then click Run report.

    Screenshot of the Teams device usage report in the Teams admin center with callouts

Interpret the report

Callout Description
1 The Teams device usage report can be viewed for trends over the last 7 days or 28 days.
2 Each report has a date for when the report was generated. The reports usually reflect a 24 to 48 hour latency from time of activity.
3
  • The X axis on the chart represents the different devices (Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android Phone) used to connect to Teams.
  • The Y axis is the number of users using the device over the selected time period.
Hover over the bar representing a device to see the number of users using the device to connect to Teams.
4 The table gives you a breakdown of device usage by user.
  • Display name is the display name of the user. You can click the display name to go to the user's setting page in the Microsoft Teams admin center.
  • Windows is selected if the user was active in the Teams desktop client on a Windows-based computer.
  • Mac is selected if the user was active in the Teams desktop client on a macOS computer.
  • Linux is selected if the user was active in the Teams desktop client on a Linux computer.
  • iOS is selected if the user was active on the Teams mobile client for iOS.
  • Android phone is selected if the user was active on the Teams mobile client for Android.
  • Last activity is the last date (UTC) that the user participated in a Teams activity.
Note that if a user account no longer exists in Azure AD, the user name is displayed as "--" in the table.

To see the information that you want in the table, make sure to add the columns to the table.
5 Select Edit columns to add or remove columns in the table.
6 You can export the report to a CSV file for offline analysis. Click Export to Excel, and then on the Downloads tab, click Download to download the report when it's ready.

Screenshot of the Downloads tab showing exported reports