Newly updated analytics are coming to Microsoft Teams

The updated analytics will come to Teams Premium in November.

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Microsoft Teams will get updated analytics capable of new insights that admins will be able to access, starting this November, according to the latest entry in the Microsoft 365 Roadmap.

The new analytics are not surprising considering Teams is getting a bunch of new features next month, including the hotly-anticipated Copilot. Microsoft announced recently that the new Teams, also dubbed Teams 2.0, will become the new desktop client for the app, from now on.

With the announcement, Microsoft also unveiled a new Teams for Education, that is separate from the general version and more suited to teachers, educators, and schools. The new updated analytics will come to the Teams for Education too, and if the roadmap tells us anything, is that they will be very useful for a plethora of education tasks, as well.

However, these updated analytics are only available to Premium tenants, and users, and they can only be accessed through the desktop platforms.

Microsoft Teams’ updated virtual analytics: Everything you need to know about them

Microsoft 365 Roadmap doesn’t say much about the updated virtual analytics, but it offers a hint on what to expect from them.

For example, there will be:

  • Analytics covering average lobby wait times for scheduled vs. on-demand appointments.
  • Updated analytics covering the percentage of appointments completed after the scheduled end teams virtual analytics
  • Analytics covering the percentage of appointments with a late start.

The updated virtual analytics can be accessed by admins through the Teams Admin Center. They can become very helpful for multiple situations: the percentage of appointments completed after the scheduled end time can be a useful tool for teachers to track the activity of their students.

Microsoft says these are just a few of the updated analytics coming to Teams in November, so we’ll have to wait and see until then what other additional analytics will come to Teams.

What do you think of the new updated Microsoft Teams virtual analytics? Let us know in the comments section below.

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