Skype for Business conference organizer activity report

The new Office 365 Reports dashboard shows you the activity overview across the Office 365 products in your organization. It enables you to drill in to individual product level reports to give you more granular insight about the activities within each product. For example, you can use the Skype for Business conference organizer activity report to see how much your users are organizing conferences that use IM, audio/video, application sharing, Web, dial-in/out - 3rd party, and dial-in/out - Microsoft. Check out Reports overview.

This report along with the other Skype for Business reports give you details on organized conferences activity across your organization. These details are very helpful when you are investigating, planning, and making other business decisions for your organization.

Note: You can see all of the Skype for Business reports when you log on as an administrator to the Office 365 admin center.

How to get to the Skype for Business conference organizer report

  1. Go to the Office 365 admin center > Reports

  2. Select Reports from the left menu or click on the Reports widget.

  3. Click the Skype for Business activity widget on the dashboard then select Skype for Business conference organizer activity from the list or select it from the Select a report list on the Usage page.

    Skype for Business Online Conference Organized Report Widget.

    Important: Depending on the Office 365 subscription you have, you might not see all the products and activity reports shown here.

Interpret the Skype for Business conferences organizer report

You can get a view into your Skype for Business conferences that were organized by looking at the Activity, Users and Minutes charts.

Skype for Business Online Organized Conferences.

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The Skype for Business Conference Organizer Activity report can be viewed for trends over the last 7 days, 30 days, 90 days, or 180 days.

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Each report has a date for when this report was generated. The reports usually reflect a 24 to 48 hour latency from time of activity.

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Use the interactive chart and real-time data on the Activity chart to understand usage trends and to see the total number of conferences that were organized and the type of conferences that are being held in your organization. It will show you the total number and types of IM, Audio/video, Application sharing, Web, Dial-in/out - 3rd party, and Dial-in/out Microsoft conferences that were organized across your organization.

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Use the interactive chart and real-time data on the Users chart to understand usage trends and to see the number of unique users that have organized conferences that are being held in your organization. It will show you the total number of users along with the types of IM, Audio/video, Application sharing, Web, Dial-in/out - 3rd party, and Dial-in/out Microsoft of conferences that were organized.

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Use the interactive chart and real-time data on the Minutes chart to understand usage trends and to see the number of minutes that are used by users when they organize a conference using audio/video, and dial-in and dial-out - Microsoft as their conferencing provider. It will show you the total number of minutes of Audio/video andDial-in Microsoft minutes, and Dial-out Microsoft minutes that are used during conferences that were organized.

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Each chart has an 'X' (horizontal) and 'Y' (vertical) axis.

  • On the Activity activity chart, the Y axis is the total number of IM, audio/video, application sharing, Web, dial-in/out- 3rd party, and dial-in/out Microsoft of conferences that your users organized in your organization.

  • On the Users activity chart, the Y axis is the total number users that held IM, audio/video, application sharing, Web, dial-in/out - 3rd party, and dial-in/out - Microsoft of conferences that your users organized in your organization.

  • On the Minutes activity chart, the Y axis is the total number of minutes audio/video, dial-in Microsoft minutes, and dial-out Microsoft minutes for conferences that your users organized in your organization. .

  • The X axis on both charts is the selected date range for this specific report.

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You can filter the series you see on the chart by clicking on an item in the legend. For example, on the Activity chart, click or tap IM, Audio/video, Application sharing, Web, Dial-in/out - 3rd party, and Dial-in/out Microsoft to see only the info related to each one. Changing this selection doesn’t change the info in the grid table.

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The table shows you a breakdown of the organized conference activities per user. This shows all users that have Skype for Business assigned to them and conferences that they organized. You can add additional columns to the table.

  • User name is the name of the user.

  • Deleted indicates that the user's license was removed.

    Note: Activity for a deleted user will still display in a report as long as he or she was licensed at some time during the selected time period. The Deleted column helps you to note that the user may no longer be active, but contributed to the data in the report.

  • Deleted date is the date on which the user's license was removed.

  • Last activity date (UTC) is the last activity date (UTC) for that user.

  • IM shows the total number of IM conferences that were organized.

  • Audio/video shows the total number of audio/video conferences that were organized.

  • Application sharing shows the total number of application sharing conferences that were organized.

  • Web shows the total number of Web conferences that were organized.

  • Dial-in/out - 3rd party shows the total number of dial-in/out conferences that were organized that use a 3rd party audio conferencing provider.

  • Dial-in/out Microsoft shows the total number of dial-in/out Microsoft (PSTN) conferences that were organized.

  • Audio/video minutes shows the total number of minutes used in organized conferences that used audio/video.

  • Dial-in Microsoft minutes shows the total number of dial-in minutes used in meetings that were organized that use Microsoft as the audio conferencing provider.

  • Dial-out Microsoft minutes shows the total number of dial-out minutes used in meetings that were organized that use Microsoft as the audio conferencing provider.

If your organization's policies prevents you from viewing reports where user information is identifiable, you can change the privacy setting for all these reports. Check out the How do I hide user level details? section in the Activity Reports in the Office 365 Admin Center.

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Click or tap Columns to add or remove columns from the report.

Skype for Business Online Reporting Manage Button.

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You can also export the report data into an Excel .csv file, by clicking or tapping Export.

Skype for Business Reporting Export Button.

This exports data of all users and enables you to do simple sorting and filtering for further analysis. If you have less than 2000 users, you can sort and filter within the table in the report itself. If you have more than 2000 users, in order to filter and sort, you will need to export the data.

Want to see other Skype for Business reports?

  1. Note: If you are using the classic Office 365 admin center reports, some of the data might be inaccurate or missing. Use our new reports instead!

    Sign in to Office 365 with your school or work account.

  2. Go to the Office 365 admin center > Reports.

  3. In the Office 365 Dashboard window, under Skype for Business click the name of the report.

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