The Lync Online reports
Topic Last Modified: 2014-09-05
Lync Online reports provide administrators the ability to quickly review information about usage and trends for both conferences and peer-to-peer communication sessions. The reports currently available for Lync Online include:
The Audio minutes and Video minutes report in Lync Online, which shows the total number of minutes that were spent in peer-to-peer audio and/or peer-to-peer video sessions, as well as the time spent in audio/video conferences. Note that the values shown on the report reflect conference durations and not individual participation time. The numbers are compiled by adding the duration of each session, regardless of the number of users who might have participated in those sessions.
The Active users report in Lync Online, which shows the number of unique users who signed in to Lync and engaged in a Lync communication session (either a conference or a peer-to-peer session) during the specified time period.
The Peer-to-peer sessions report in Lync Online, which shows the total number of peer-to-peer sessions that took place in your organization. (In Lync Online, a peer-to-peer session is a communication session involving just two users.) The report also notes the number of peer-to-peer sessions that included modalities such as IM; audio and video; application sharing; or file transfers.
The Conferences report in Lync Online, which shows the total number of conferences that your users organized. (Lync Online, a conference is any communication session that involves 3 or more users.) The report also shows the number of conferences that employed a specific modality (IM; audio/video; application sharing; web conferencing; dial-in conferencing). Note that the report does not include any conferences that were organized by external users, regardless of how many of your users might have participated in those conferences.
These reports are discussed in more detail in subsequent sections of this documentation.