Microsoft Teams live event usage report

The Teams live event usage report in the Microsoft Teams admin center shows you the activity overview for live events held in your organization. You can view usage information, including event status, start time, views, and production type for each event. You can gain insight into usage trends and see who in your organization schedules, presents, and produces live events.

Screen shot of the Teams live event usage report in the Microsoft Teams admin center

View the report

  1. In the left navigation of the Microsoft Teams admin center, click Analytics & reports, and then under Report, select Teams live event usage.
  2. Under Date range, select a predefined range or set a custom range. You can set a range to show data up to a year, six months before and after the current date.
  3. (Optional) Under Organizer, you can choose to show only live events organized by a specific user.
  4. Click Run report.

Interpret the report

Screen shot of the Teams live event usage report in the Microsoft Teams admin center

Callout Description
1 The Teams live event report can be viewed for trends over the last 7 days, 28 days, or a custom date range that you set.
2 Each report has a date for when it was generated. The report reflects near real time activity when the page is refreshed.
  • The X axis on the chart is the selected date range for the report.
  • The Y axis is the total view count.
Hover over the dot on a given date to see the number of views across all live events on that date.
4 The table gives you a breakdown of each live event.
  • Event is the display name of the live event. Click the the event name to get more details about the event.
  • Start Time refers to the start date and time of the event.
  • Event Status shows whether the event has taken place.
  • Organizer is the name of the event organizer.
  • Presenters are the names of the event presenters.
  • Producers are the names of the event producers.
  • Views is the number of unique views.
  • Recording shows whether the recording setting is on or off.
  • Production Type shows whether the event is produced in Teams or by an external application or device.
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.

View event details

The live event details page gives you a summary of the details of a live event and lists all the files, including transcripts and recordings, associated with the event. Click a file name to view or download the file.

Screen shot showing details of a live event

If your organization is enabled for Hive eCDN or Kollective eCDN, you can get additional attendee analytics by clicking the partner report link.