Analyze the office 365 adoption with Microsoft 365 usage analytics

Office 365 adoption preview helps to have insights of the Office 365 utilization trends for the whole organization.This helps organization on identifying the departments who needs training and places where there is real success on office 365 aquisition.

With Microsoft 365 usage analytics integrated with Power BI , we get much visibility on how Office365 is been utilized.It is a pre built content pack and do not need to create any customization on getting the reports.

This content pack is free of charge and works well with powerBI free service and can customize the dashboards with reports.We do not need to have a powerbi pro or premium license to utilize this service.Once we connect this content pack it can be shared with anybody. However if the user attempts to share, export the report then powerbi pro license is required. For viewing only the data powerbi free license is much sufficient.

The moment when we connect the data pack it provides the data for last 12 months. Later it refreshes in a weeks time. We do have an option to customize the refresh schedule.

Below are the steps to enable the Microsoft 365 usage analytics:

Sign into office365 admin center with global admin privilege – navigate to reports – click on usage

Enable the option make data available to powerbi

Now login to power bi – navigate to service content packs – select office 365 adoption preview

Now we need to use the tenant id and connect to the services

Now we will have the office 365 adoption preview connected to the associated work space.

Once done we see the visibility on utilization of all the services. Example we have the adoption overview on the Teams.

Exchange online utilization

As of now we have the reports that can be pulled over and customized in powerbi for Exchange, Skype for business , teams, yammer , onedrive, sharepoint, adoption by department, product , region and yammer usage.

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