Explore your Office 365 Adoption Data in Power BI

Today we are pleased to announce the release of the Public Preview of the Office 365 Adoption Content Pack in Power BI.

The content pack combines the intelligence of the Office 365 usage reports that are available for you in the admin center with the interactive analysis capabilities of Power BI, providing rich usage and adoption insights. With these insights, admins can drive more targeted user training and communication that helps them transform how their organizations communicate and collaborate, enabling a truly modern workplace.

For more details on what the content pack has to offer, check this blog post by the Office 365 team.

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Get started with the content pack

To connect to the content pack, you first need to enable it in the Office 365 admin center. On the Usage Reports page, you will see a new card at the bottom of the page where you can opt in to the content pack. This step kicks off a workflow that generates your historical usage trends. This data processing task takes between 2 and 48 hours, depending on the size of your organization and how long you’ve been using Office 365. After data preparation is complete, it’s ready to show in the content pack. Please follow the steps described to connect to the content pack for your organization.

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Please note that you must be a global admin or a product admin (Exchange, Skype for Business, SharePoint) to connect to the content pack.

Learn more

You can find additional information about the content pack, including FAQs, in the following support articles:

If you have questions, please post them in the Adoption Content Pack group in the Microsoft Tech Community. Also, join us for an Ask Microsoft Anything (AMA) session, hosted by the Microsoft Tech Community on June 7, 2017 at 9 a.m. PDT. This live online event will give you the opportunity to connect with members of the product and engineering teams who will be on hand to answer your questions and listen to feedback. Add the event to your calendar and join us in the Adoption Content Pack in Power BI AMA group.

Let us know what you think!

Try the public preview of the Office 365 Adoption Content Pack in Power BI and provide feedback using the feedback link in the lower-right corner of the Usage Reports page in the admin center.

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