Today we are pleased to announce the Content Package Public Outreach Adoption 365 Power BI, which allows customers to get more than 365 office.

The content package combines intelligence utilization reports with BI’s interactive power analysis capabilities, providing rich use of knowledge and adoption. With this knowledge, administrators can push more specific training and user communication to help them transform the way their organizations communicate and collaborate, allowing for a truly modern workplace.

Information that can act:

Office 365 gives users the freedom to work anywhere and the services they need to be more productive and collaborative. However, sometimes people need help getting started with Office 365. For example, if someone does not use Skype for Business, you may not know how to start using Skype or understand how they can use it to enhance your communication. In all cases, the IT department may want to contact that person to provide more information and training resources.

The new adoption package of Office 365 provides a cross-section view of how users communicate and collaborate to help IT managers deliver a more specific user communication product. When you better understand how employees use the various Office 365 services, it is easy to decide where to prioritize training and communication efforts. The content package allows administrators to view and analyze their data using Office 365, create custom reports, share knowledge, and understand how to use Office 365 regions or departments.

Get profound ideas on usage trends:

The centerpiece of package content is a pre-built control box that provides IT executives with a view of how users cross-access all products within the 365 office. For most metric products, the package Content it provides data for the past 12 months, so you can easily see how the trend is using and has evolved over time.

The panel is divided into four main areas: Understanding adoption, communication, collaboration and activation. Each area contains specific usage information.

Adoption Description Description: Provides an overview of adoption trends that help you understand how users have adopted Office 365. You can easily see how many authorized users are actively using the various Office 365 services, which is A combination of products popular within their organization, and analysis of adoption trends for individual products.

Communication area: highlights the services that people use to communicate, such as Skype for Business, Exchange and Yammer. You can see what communication methods are used by users and go into details to understand if there are changes in the way employees use different tools to communicate.

Collaboration Area: shows how people in your organization use onedrive for business and SharePoint to store documents and work together, including the number of active users in their own accounts and other accounts. This information is a good indicator to understand if people are using onedrive for business and SharePoint essentially for storing files or if you use these services to share content and collaborate with others.

Activation area: helps understand Office 365 ProPlus activations, Visio Pro Pro project, and your organization. You can easily see how many users have activated the product, allowing administrators to ensure that users have the latest versions of Office applications. The report also provides information about what device users have activated on the device, which helps administrators understand which devices are popular in your organization, and how many users are working everywhere.

Access to more advanced usage descriptions:

Each organization has unique questions about use and adoption. The content package helps to answer these questions, allowing swinging, analyzing, customizing and sharing information.

Analyze usage by service, organization, or location: Many of you want a complete picture of how departments or regions use Office 365. To enable these advanced analysis scenarios, the content package combines Use data with your Azure Active Directory Directory Users DAA). You can swing reports assign Aad information as a service or organization.

Take advantage of built-in filters to get relevant information for you: In many reports, contextual filters allow you to easily divide and cut available data, for example, to understand adoption trends for individual products.

Quickly find out who your advanced users are: the content package includes an activity report for each service user to identify advanced users. These users often have a very thorough knowledge of the product and can help train other users. They can share the way they use the service, the way it helps them to become productive day and tips on getting started. Advanced users can help lead the digital transformation of your organization for example. The user activity report also allows you to identify users who have not used a particular product. Armed with this information, you can be very objective in their adoption campaigns.

Customize the content package: The control panel and the underlying reports are templates to help you get started quickly with the content package. The actual power is in the content package of the underlying data. We want administrators to have total control over your data so we have made sure that you can customize the packaging content and structure maps to suit your organization’s needs.

There are three ways to customize the content package:

  • Take one of the pre-constructed and edit images, delete or alter the format of the visual information, for example.
  • Create a new visual image by using the underlying datasets.
  • Connect to Power BI Desktop BAII file, which allows you to bring your own data sources.

Share the contents of the package with BI Pro power sharing features, you can easily share the control panel with people both inside and outside your organization, such as business stakeholders or Their management team.

The importance of their comments:

We would like to thank each of you who participated in the limited preview and provided feedback on the early versions of the content of the package. In recent months we have received many comments that have helped us identify gaps and ensure that all content provide useful information. And it’s good to know how already helps many of you get even more value from Office 365:

“The Adoption Content package is one of the best Office 365 management tools for us. It gives us a clear idea of ​​how our organization uses Office 365, and allows us to really focus our user training efforts as we know exactly how each user uses the product or more importantly not often use the products yet. ”
-Customer Feedback

Start with the content package:

The content package is available to all customers for free. You only need the free BI power service to sign in to Content: use your Office 365 administrator account to sign up. You can also customize the dashboards and reports on the free BI power supply. To connect to the content package, you must first activate it in the 365 Administration Center. Use the Reports page to see a new map at the bottom of the page where you can access the content package. This step initiates a workflow that generates its historical usage patterns. This data processing task takes between 2 and 48 hours depending on the size of your organization and how long you have used Office 365. Once the data preparation is ready to display in the content package. Follow the steps to connect to the contents of your organization’s package.

Note that you must be a global administrator or a management product (Exchange, Skype for Business, SharePoint) to connect to the content of the packages.

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