09-21-2018 11:45 PM
09-21-2018 11:45 PM
within SfB , the Get-CsUserSession cmdlet exists for retrieving individual usersessions.
Does anyone know if a similar thing exists within MS Teams ?
i haven't found anything in the existing Graph API or Teams Powershell cmdlets
09-25-2018 01:41 AM
Hello @Thomas Binder
In general my overall aim is to get as much Usage data as possible out of MS Teams.
In this example i'm interested in all Call/Meeting usage
--> private calls (organizer/participant names).....team calls....duration of calls....date/time when the call started/ended,....maybe quality information.....etc
Out of this i would like to draw different visualizations in order to cover different usecases.
pretty much the thing which is covered with get-csuserssession in SfB
09-25-2018 05:19 AM
Unfortunately this granular information is not available at the moment. However in the admin center you can find some Teams reports. I recommend to export the user activity report as it gives you insights on who was last active, on which device and some insights into the user activity.
This should give you good insights as well to drive usage.
09-25-2018 05:38 AM
yes, i'm aware of the Graph API Reports for Teams which is a good start.
i just thought that because MS said that they have now an equal feature set between SfB and Teams that this is also valid when it comes to Usage data - Unfortunately this is not the case
just another question:
if a MS Partner says that they can provide information on
-most active/inactive teams
-most active/inactive channels
what Source they are using to get to this data ? i mean this is not part of the graph api.
are there any hidden/secrets way how to get to this data ?
10-01-2018 01:28 AM
ok..i found already an answer to my previous questions (-active/inactive channel)
graph provides new capabilities
01-15-2019 07:53 AM
@Maryan Dmytriv basically you can use the following link as a basis for identifying active/inactive channels in a team
you then check the recent message (and reply) in the channel and check the "lastmodifiedDateTime"
hope this helps :)
01-15-2019 07:56 AM
BTW: for CQD (online) an REST API exists which i can use "partly" for my requirement --> not documented but it exists :)
Call Analytics data however is still not available via an API:(
(at least there is no public ifo available)
01-17-2019 02:58 AM
"BTW: for CQD (online) an REST API exists which I can use "partly" for my requirement --> not documented but it exists :)" - haha, I like this, welcome back to reverse engineering, thanks @Stefan Fried