Microsoft Teams user activity report
The Teams user activity report gives you insight into the types of activities that users in your organization perform in Teams. For example, you can see how many users communicate through 1:1 calls, how many users communicate through channel messages, and how many users engage in private chat messages.
View the report
- Go to the Microsoft Teams admin center, in the left navigation, click Analytics & reports, and then under Report, select Teams user activity.
- Under Date range, select a range, and then click Run report.
Interpret the report
|1||The Teams user activity report can be viewed for trends over the last 7 days or 28 days.|
|2||Each report has a date for when this report was generated. The reports usually reflect a 24 to 48 hour latency from time of activity.|
|4||You can filter what you see on the chart by clicking an item in the legend. For example, click 1:1 calls, Channel messages, or Chat messages to see only the info related to each one. Changing the selection doesn’t change the information in the table.|
|5||The table gives you a breakdown of usage by user.
To see the information that you want in the table, make sure to add the columns to the table.
|6||Select Edit columns to add or remove columns in the table.|
|7||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.
When you view the report in Excel, you'll also see an Id column, which represents the team ID. A team ID is typically an alphanumeric string. If the Id column shows as \n, this means that a user requested their information to be deleted.