Preview: Tenant-level analytics

[This article is pre-release documentation and is subject to change.]

Tenant admins can view reports that apply to all environments in a tenant.

To access these reports, sign in to the Power Platform admin center and select Analytics > Power Apps. In the upper-right corner, select Tenant level analytics from the dropdown list.

Select tenant level analytics.

Important

  • This is a preview feature.
  • Preview features aren’t meant for production use and may have restricted functionality. These features are available before an official release so that customers can get early access and provide feedback.
  • Expect significant changes to preview features and documentation.

Who can view these reports?

Admins with the following roles and a license can view the reports in Power Apps analytics:

  • Tenant-level administrator - has access to all environments
  • Environment-level admin - environment list is filtered to include only environments where the admin has Contributor or Environment Admin role

For more information on the different roles for managing your tenant across the platform, see Use service admin roles to manage your tenant.

What are the available reports?

The following tenant-level reports are available for tenant admins.

Power Apps - Usage reports

Power Apps reports provide insights into tenant and environment usage and inventory of all apps and connectors. The report answers questions such as:

  • What is the total unique canvas/model-driven apps users across the tenant or environments?
  • What is the count of first-time users across canvas and model-driven apps?
  • How many apps exist in my tenant or environment?
  • Which of my environments had the most unique users?
  • What were the top apps by unique users/app sessions?

Power Apps usage report.

Note

The service only starts collecting the data visualized in the Usage report when the feature is enabled. It can take up to 12 hours to reflect service activities from the previous day.

Power Apps - Maker Activity report

The Power Apps Maker Activity report provide insights into tenant and environment usage and inventory of all apps and connectors. The report answers questions such as:

  • What is the total number of apps created/published/modified/deleted by app makers across the tenant or environments?
  • What is the count of first-time makers across canvas and model-driven apps?
  • Who are the top makers across the tenant or environments?
  • How many of these apps are using premium or standard connectors?
  • What are the total number of connections defined for apps to consume in one or more environments?
  • Allow me to filter the above list based on connector type.

Power Apps Maker Activity report.

Note

The service only starts collecting the data visualized in the Maker Activity report when the feature is enabled. It can take up to 12 hours to reflect service activities from the previous day.

Power Apps - Inventory report

The Power Apps Inventory report offers a complete catalog of Power Apps distributed across the tenant. This view includes filters that allow admins to search for apps based on various criteria. The report answers questions such as:

  • What is the total number of model-driven and canvas apps across the tenant or environments?
  • Which apps depend on specific connectors or connector types like Premium?
  • Who are the owners of the apps hosted in one or more environments?
  • What is the distribution of canvas versus model-driven apps across the organization?

Power Apps Inventory report.

Note

Depending on the size of the organization, it can take up to 2 hours to initially populate the data sets backing the Inventory report.

Download Inventory

Power Platform admin center reports can be downloaded directly from the report visuals. Users have the option of choosing between Summarized and Underlying data.

  • Summarized data: select this option to download the data underlying the current report visual
  • Underlying data: select this option to download the full result set backing the report

Download Inventory report.

For more information on downloading data from the tenant level reports, see Exporting data from Power BI visuals.

How do I enable tenant-level analytics?

Follow these steps to enable the tenant-level analytics preview feature.

The following admin roles are required:

  • Global administrator
  • Service administrator
  • Delegated admin

Environment admins are not able to do these steps. The admin doesn't need to be a licensed user.

  1. Select the Gear icon (Gear icon.) in the upper-right corner of the Microsoft Power Platform site, and then select Power Platform settings.

  2. Turn on the option to Enable tenant level analytics.

    Enable tenant-level analytics.

  3. Granting consent for tenant-level analytics: The process of collecting information for tenant-level analytics includes copying service telemetry data from other GEO locations into a central location for reporting. Customers must explicitly enable this Power Platform operation. For more information, see Manage environments in the Power Platform admin center.

    Select Enable to grant consent for the service to collocate service telemetry data in the location associated with the default environment.

    Grant consent for the service to collocate service telemetry data.

  4. Select Save and then close the form.

  5. Select Environment level analytics, and then select Tenant level analytics to switch viewing modes.

How do I disable tenant-level analytics?

Follow these steps to disable the tenant-level analytics preview feature.

The following admin roles are required:

  • Global administrator
  • Service administrator
  • Delegated admin

Environment admins are not able to do these steps. The admin doesn't need to be a licensed user.

Important

When you disable the tenant-level analytics preview feature, note the following:

  • All the tenant-level aggregation of data from different environments (aggregating metrics, user object IDs, and resource names like app and flow names) will be permanently deleted.
  • Tenant-level analytics reports will be disabled.
  1. Select the Gear icon (Gear icon.) in the upper-right corner of the Microsoft Power Platform site, and then select Power Platform settings.

  2. Turn off the option to Enable tenant level analytics.

    Enable tenant-level analytics.

Where is this feature available?

The Power Platform admin center tenant-level views are available in all supported regions in the public cloud. This feature is not yet available in other sovereign clouds.