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Tenant-Level Analytics in Power Platform Admin Center | For Power Apps and Power Automate


As your organization and tenant usage grows, it’s difficult to keep track of Adoption. To tackle this, Tenant-Level Analytics have been introduced in Power Platform Admin Center (https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com/).

Let’s see how we can turn this on for your tenant!

Enable Tenant-Level Analytics

Given that you have appropriate permissions in Power Platform Admin Center, here’s how you can enable Tenant-Level Analytics –

  1. In Power Platform Admin Center, look for Settings area – under this, you’ll see an option called as Analytics
  2. Once you select Analytics, you’ll see on the right-hand side, a simple switch to turn it On. it could be Off by default.
  3. Once you Turn if On and Save, you’ll also see a confirmation message.

    And it’ll show this message once applied.

  4. Now, do a complete Broswer refresh.

Reading Tenant-Level Analytics

Here’s how you can review tenant-level analytics once enabled for your Tenant via the Power Platform Admin Center –

  1. When Tenant-Level Analytics are disabled, you’ll not find anything on the top right corner of the Analytics under Power Automate or Power Apps

    Tenant-Level Analytics: OFF (for both, Power Automate and Power Apps)

    Tenant-Level Analytics: ON

  2. You can drop down on the menu and find Tenant-Level Analytics.
  3. Once you choose Tenant level analysis, you’ll see the below report show up – this is the same for Power Automate as well as Power Apps.
    Please note that it takes up to 24 to 48 hours for the metrics to start showing from the previous day.

    Once I gather enough data to display for the above trial environments, I’ll add more details here in the next few days!

Here’s Microsoft Learn Docs for Tenant-Level Analytics – https://learn.microsoft.com/en-gb/power-platform/admin/tenant-level-analytics#how-do-i-enable-tenant-level-analytics?WT.mc_id=DX-MVP-5003911

Hope this helps!

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