We started to roll out the new reporting framework on November 21, 2019 in preview with the first set of device compliance reports. After giving a preview to Ignite attendees, posting MC194860 to all Intune customers about this, and general announcement here, we appreciate all the feedback we have received.
The device compliance reports are out for general availability and the new devices list is in preview. You can find documentation on the new reports here.
New Devices lists
The Devices lists in Intune and Intune for EDU are available on the new platform. These lists have upgraded controls for search, sort, filter, export and with better performance. Check out the support tip blog here.
Device compliance reports
These reports are the first set to be introduced on the new platform. Here's what you can expect:
The new reports that have replaced or added to the prior compliance report are:
“Device compliance” under the Monitor section of the devices resource blade
Summary of transitioned reports
We'll continue to add to the table below as we transition reports.
Non-compliant devices operational report
Device Compliance organizational report
Device compliance trends report
Device compliance logging
New Devices List - with upgraded controls for search, sort, filter, export and with better performance
Beginning in March
Devices List (EDU)
New Devices List in EDU console - with upgraded controls for search, sort, filter, export, and with better performance
Improved Devices List GA in EDU console end of March
Policy analytics organizational report
Expect New Policy Analytics report towards the end of May.
New features & improvements
We have made a number of improvements in the device compliance reports:
We now support localization in the console reports and ability to do string mapping with log analytics.
Exporting the reports goes to a zip file type instead of a gzip file. You can unzip the file to a .csv.
The tiles for “Device compliance” and “Device compliance status” on the dashboard page of https://endpoint.microsoft.com are now updated with accurate aggregate information.
You'll also see a few small bug fixes and design improvements.
Here's the message center post with a few annotations added in. You can always follow @IntuneSuppTeam and @ConfigMgrDogs on Twitter for up-to-date reporting release information.
MC194860: New Reporting Framework Coming to Intune
Starting in the November service release, you’ll begin seeing a new reporting framework in Microsoft Intune. Based on customer feedback, we are making improvements to the types of reports in Intune, the performance and data consistency, and report functionality to search, sort, filter, and export to create focused view. The first series of reports are for device compliance.
How does this affect me?
As new reports release, you’ll see them in console. For some reports, you’ll see a Preview tag. Know that preview reporting is completely supported by our customer support organization and any customizations you make will be saved as we move from preview -> general availability of the new reports. Unfortunately, due to fundamental changes made to the reporting framework, we cannot keep the preview and existing report side-by-side as the underlying data may show different results. If your organization cannot use a report with a Preview label, head to the All Devices report which has all of the categories and information.
What do I need to do to prepare for this change?
First off, as you start seeing the new reports, let us know what you think of them by commenting on the blog announcement linked to in additional information! You don't need to prepare for this change, but may consider notifying your helpdesk. On November 14th On November 21st, we will be posting and updating an Intune Customer Success blog post(That's this post!) with detailed report information including preview report release information so you can track the release of your favorite reports.