The Microsoft Learn analytics report shows the status of learners in your company

Appropriate roles

  • Global admin
  • MPN partner admin

The Microsoft Learn report provides you with information on the learners in your company including the modules they've completed and the learning paths they are on. The report displays the status of each individual learner. The global admin and the MPN admin for your company can view the data.

How to read the report

Summary charts

These charts summarize count and monthly cumulative trends for trained individuals, module completions, and learning paths.

Trained individuals count: A count of all distinct learners who have completed at least one module during the selected date range

Trained individuals trend mini chart: Month over month cumulative count of the active learners

Module completions count: Count of Module completions by the learners in the partner's company during the selected date range. For example, if “Module 1" is completed by 15 individuals, and the “Module 2" has been completed by the same 15 individuals, the module completions count will be 30. The module completion date should fall in the date range selected.

Module completions trend mini chart: Month over month cumulative count of the module completions

Learning path completions count: Count of Learning path completions by the learners in the partner's company during the selected date range. For example, if Learning Path “Path 1" is completed by 20 individuals, and the Learning Path “path 2" has been completed by the same 20 individuals, the Learning Path completion count will be 40. The Learning path completion date should fall within the selected date range.

Learning path completions trend mini chart: Month over month cumulative count of the learning path completions

Trained individuals' monthly trend

This data is the trend of your company's users who have completed a module for the first time in that month.

X-Axis is month for the time filter selected.

Y-Axis is count of active learners who have registered (first-time completion of a module) during that month. This is not cumulative.

Module completions monthly trend

This data is the trend of modules completed by all your company's users during that month. (not cumulative)

X-Axis is month for the time filter selected.

Y-Axis is count of the module completions during that month. This is not cumulative.

Learning path completions monthly trend

This data is the trend of learning paths completed by your company's users during that month. (not cumulative)

X-Axis is month for the time filter selected.

Y-Axis is count of module completions in that month. This is not cumulative.

Learning path completion tabs

Module tab

This tab includes breakdown of modules completed in your company by top five module names; the product to which the module is associated; and the user role pertinent to the module.

  • Module completions donut chart: breakdown of the module completions (count displayed in the summary section) by the module names.

Number displayed in the center of the chart is the total modules completed

  • Completions by role: breakdown of the module completions by the role of the module. If a module is associated with multiple roles, then each of the roles is added to the count of module completions.

Number displayed in the center of the chart is the number of distinct roles for the module completions.

  • Completions by product: breakdown of the module completions by the product the module is mapped to. If a module is associated with multiple products, then each of the products is added to the count of module completions.

Number displayed in the center of the chart is the number of distinct products for the module completions.

Learning path tab

This tab includes a breakdown of learning paths completed in your company by top five module names; the product the learning path is mapped to; and the role pertinent to this learning path.

  • Learning paths completions donut chart: breakdown of the Learning path completions (count displayed in the summary section) by name.

  • Completions by role*: breakdown of the learning paths completions by the role. If a module is associated with multiple roles, then each of the roles is added to the count of module completions.

  • Completions by product: breakdown of the learning paths completions by the Product to which the learning path is mapped. If a module is associated with multiple products, then each of the products is added to the count of module completions.

Completions by learning individuals

This lists the trained users in your company and details of their completed modules and learning paths.

Microsoft Learn identifies learners with a User Object ID. Under the Modules tab, all learners are sorted by the modules completed. They are displayed with their Microsoft Learn username, Object ID, and modules count. You can search using username.

Under the Learning paths tab all learners sorted by learning paths completed, are displayed with the learner display name, Object ID, and module count.

To get a learner's details using the User Object ID:

  1. Sign in to Graph Explorer. (You must be the global admin of your company's Azure AD tenant.)

  2. Copy the user object ID to the area highlighted in Graph Explorer.

FAQ

  1. I am unable to see my company's Learning details.

This report is available to partners who have an account in Partner Center. If you are still in Partner Membership Center, you'll not be able to see this report.

  1. Who in our company can view this report?

The global admin and the MPN admin can view the report.

  1. How can I make sure all our users associate their Microsoft Learn accounts with their Partner Center account?

After the global admin adds a new user, that user needs to go to their My profile to associate their Microsoft Learn account.

  • Select the Your account icon in the right corner of the dashboard, and then select My profile.

  • Under Your learning a user will be able to associate their Microsoft Learning account and connect their Microsoft account to Partner University.

  1. Can I see all the company's users who sign into Microsoft Learn with an MSA account in this report?

Currently, the best way to do this is to add these users to your Azure AD tenant and then add them to Partner Center so that they can associate their Microsoft Learn account through My profile in Partner Center.

For users who only use their MSA account for training, in the near future, the Microsoft Learn team will enable the ability for them to associate their work email to their Microsoft Learn profile.

Next steps

For more reports, see Partner Center Insights.

Note

You can download the raw data powering this report from the Download Reports section in the Insights dashboard. Learn More