For usage reporting across the Office 365 platform, currently this is possible via the Office 365 Adoption Content Pack in PowerBI. This content pack is a pre-release version.
NEWS from Ignite 2017
- Will go GA in Q1 2018 as the “Office 365 Usage Analytics” in Admin Center
- A non-admin “Report Reader” role has been added
- New insights and capabilities are still being added, see Roadmap
- New Microsoft Graph Reporting APIs to go GA in production (ETA week of Oct 2nd, currently in Beta)
- Deprecating older reporting web services/command-lets
- New beta end point returns JSON with full ODATA support
- Integrates into Graph SDK
- Session information can be found @ https://aka.ms/Office365UsageReporting
PowerView vs. PowerPivot vs. Power BI…not to mention PowerPivot Models, Power BI Sites, Power Query, Power Map, Pivot Tables, Pivot Charts, Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) Language, Natural Language Search…
OK, I am lost!
Then I find out that some of these are in Excel 2010/2013, some are Add-Ins to Excel 2010/2013, some are in SQL Server Reporting Services 2012, some are in SharePoint 2010/2013, some will only work in SharePoint 2013, some are only in Office 365…ahh
What the hell Microsoft!!!
Finally an article that explains this in understandable terms…