Microsoft Teams analytics and reporting
A new analytics and reporting experience for Microsoft Teams is available in the Microsoft Teams admin center. You can run different reports to get insights into how users in your organization are using Teams. For example, you can see how many users communicate through channel and chat messages and the kinds of devices they use to connect to Teams. Your organization can use the information from the reports to better understand usage patterns, help make business decisions, and inform training and communication efforts.
How to access the reports
To access the reports, you must be a global admin in Microsoft 365 or Office 365, global reader in Microsoft 365 or Office 365, Teams service admin, or Skype for Business admin. To learn more about Teams admin roles and which reports each admin role can access, see Use Teams administrator roles to manage Teams.
Go to the Microsoft Teams admin center, in the left navigation, select Analytics & reports, and then under Report, choose the report you want to run.
The reports in the Microsoft Teams admin center are separate from the activity reports for Teams that are part of the Microsoft 365 reports in the Microsoft 365 admin center. For more information about the activity reports in the Microsoft 365 admin center, see Teams activity reports in the Microsoft 365 admin center
Teams reporting reference
Here's a list of the Teams reports available in the Microsoft Teams admin center and an overview of some of the information that's available in each report.
We're continually improving the Teams reporting experience and adding features and functionality. Over time, we'll be building additional capabilities into the reports and adding new reports in the Microsoft Teams admin center.
|Teams usage report||Active users
Active users in teams and channels
Privacy setting of teams
Guests in a team
|Teams user activity report||Messages a user posted in a team chat
Messages a user posted in a private chat
1:1 calls a user participated in
Number of meeting user organized
number of meeting user participated it
Meetings Audio, Video and Screen sharing time
Last activity date of a user
|Teams device usage report||Windows users
Android phone users
|Teams live event usage report||Total views
|Teams PSTN blocked users report||Display name
Action date and time
|Teams PSTN minute pools report||Country or region
|Teams PSTN usage report - Calling Plans||Time stamp
To country or region
From country or region
Country or region
|Teams PSTN usage report - Direct Routing||Time stamp
Final SIP code
Final Microsoft subcode
Final SIP phrase
|Teams information protection license report||
Whether users have valid licenses to push their messages via change notifications
Total number of change notification events triggered by a user
What apps are listening to org-wide change notification events
The Teams reports show data for active users and active channels. For example, if a user in your organization isn't active in Teams during the date range that you specified for a report, data for that user isn't included in that report.
|Active user||Measures the number of unique users who perform an action in Teams during the specified date range.|
|Active channel||Measures the number of channels of a team in which users perform an action during the specified date range.|
Make the user specific data anonymous
To make the data in Teams user activity and Teams device usage report anonymous, you have to be a global administrator. This will hide identifiable information such as display name, email and AAD ID in reports and their exports.
In Microsoft 365 admin center, go to the Settings > Org Settings, and under Services tab, choose Reports.
Select Reports, and then choose to Display anonymous identifiers. This setting gets applied both to the usage reports in Microsoft 365 admin center as well as Teams admin center.
Select Save changes.