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Reporting portal in the Office 365 admin center

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Understanding how your users are using Office 365 is extremely important to you as an Office 365 admin. It allows you to efficiently monitor your service, identify issues, plan support and training and to report back on the investment to your management. Today, we’re excited to announce the new reporting portal, which provides you with valuable insights about how the Office 365 services are being used and delivers details down to the individual user level directly in the new Office 365 admin center

 

Updates include: 

  • New reports—insights you can act on
  • Activity dashboard—provides visibility into Office 365 usage
  • Quickly surface usage information
  • Gain insights on how individual users consume the service

 

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Are there thoughts on adding license usage reporting to this portal?

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Is there any news on the Power BI Content Pack and can you create a "reporting admin role" that only has access to reports section of the admin interface?  

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On this topics, I got this from an MS contact:

" just had an exchange with the PM on the Admin center. There will be announcements/availabilities coming out of Ignite next week. Looking at the Ignite schedule, she has a session on O365 Admin Center Monday morning - so we could see some type of blog post drop early in the week. Regardless of actual date - it's close."

I guess this is session THR2164

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On top of the "Power BI connector", it would be fantastic to have specific privieleges on the admin portal that would be granted rights to browse the reporting section only