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Microsoft Teams App Usage

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I know there is an app usage report in the Teams TAC, but I cannot seem to be able to drill drown into the data to see which user and which Team is using the app. Is there anyway to do this?

 

Even exporting the data doesn't give you detailed enough information for what I need it for.

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best response confirmed by blue_man (Contributor)
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Yes this report "is what it is" and you can't derive much more from it than what it shows you. If you need more info, you may need to look at some third party reporting tools, or perhaps the Power BI analytics may give you more of what you want. It's certainly worth checking this out. https://www.peterrising.co.uk/blog/microsoft-365-usage-analytics-in-power-bi
Thanks Peter I have also just found this, so will give both a look

https://www.michev.info/Blog/Post/2829/reporting-on-teams-apps-and-tabs