Show email address or user name in usage metrics for dashboards and reports
In the usage metrics for dashboards and reports, show the names and/or email addresses of the end users.
FYI: The current usage metrics feature is documented here:
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Rory Neary commented
You can get to this if you turn on auditing in power bi within the tenant setting, but it's very awkward to get to. I agree that without username it's difficult to have a sensible conversation to promote usage of a report.
Good start. Without user name this feature is not much useful.
Yes, it will be really nice to track the user names on usage report. With that we can find the target groups we shall push them more into Pbi.
Yes, very important to justify the expense and time commitment required to implement Power BI.
Definitely required to see who's not using the system. Please review
Giles Horwood commented
Need to see username for this to be really valuable.
Stuart Charles commented
Agree with other comments, we need to at least see who our top users are before we can begin getting real value from this otherwise awesome new feature!
User Name preferred
Doug Martin commented
Awesome start, but names are imperative ...
It's great to be able to see the volume of views (and perhaps a little disappointing when the numbers aren't all you would expect.) From a business perspective, however, I need to know where it's being used and where it's not. Knowing that can help identify training needs, and it can also allow us as administrators to prompt people to review what they're supposed to review.
ray malone commented
With On-Prem SSRS we can obtain a large amount of statistics on report usage etc. Please implement this along with combined enterprise wide reporting.