Introducing Tenant Level Analytics for Power Apps and Power Automate

Historically, being able to report on all the Apps and Flows within your tenant meant installing the ‘Microsoft Power Platform Centre of Excellence Starter Kit’ or conceding to the limited analytical data within the Power Platform Admin Centre.

With the introduction of ‘Tenant Level’ analytics, tenant admins can now view reports of their Power App and Power Platform usage across all environments within their tenant, in a single dashboard – significantly improving the visibility of who’s creating what, who’s using them and in what environment.

In addition to having better visibility of day-to-day usage, Power Platform administrators are able to use these updates to identify stale and orphaned Power Apps and Flows deployed across multiple environments or the entire tenant.

So – what does Tenant Level Analytics provide an admin with:

Usage Report

Tenant Level Usage Report provides insights into tenant and environment usage of all Apps and Flows, such as:

Power Apps:

  • What is the total unique canvas/model-driven apps users across the tenant or environments?
  • What is the count of first-time users across canvas and model-driven apps?
  • How many apps exist in my tenant or environment?
  • Which of my environments had the most unique users?
  • What were the top apps by unique users/app sessions?

Power Automate:

  • What is the total unique Cloud Flow users across the tenant or environments?
  • What is the count of Successful vs Failed runs across Cloud flows?
  • How many Flows exist in my tenant or environment?
  • Which of my environments had the most unique users?
  • What were the top Flows across my tenant or environments by runs?

Maker Activity Report

The Maker Activity report provides insights at the App, Flow and Connector level, such as:

Power Apps:

  • What is the total number of Apps created/published/modified/deleted by app makers across the tenant or environments?
  • What is the count of first-time makers across Canvas and Model-driven Apps?
  • Who are the top makers across the tenant or environments?
  • How many of these Apps are using premium or standard connectors?
  • What are the total number of connections defined for Apps to consume in one or more environments?

Power Automate:

  • What is the total number of flows created by makers across the tenant or environments?
  • What is the count of first-time makers across Cloud flows?
  • Who are the top makers across the tenant or environments?
  • How many of these Flows are using premium or standard connectors?

Inventory Report

The Inventory Report offers a complete catalogue of Apps and Flows distributed across the tenant, including:

Power Apps:

  • What is the total number of Model-driven and Canvas Apps across the tenant or environments?
  • Which Apps depend on specific connectors or connector types like Premium?
  • Who are the owners of the Apps hosted in one or more environments?
  • What is the distribution of Canvas versus Model-driven Apps across the organization?

Power Automate:

  • What is the total number of Cloud flows across the tenant or environments?
  • Which flows depend on specific connectors or connector types like Premium?
  • Who are the owners of the Flows hosted in one or more environments?
  • What is the distribution of Cloud flows Apps across the organization?

Enabling Tenant Level Analytics

Tenant Level Analytics isn’t enabled by default; and unfortunately, the data required for the reports is only collected AFTER enablement.

To enable tenant level analytics, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to the Power Platform admin centre
  2. Select the Gear icon in the upper-right corner, and then select Power Platform settings.
  3. Turn on the option to Enable tenant level analytics.

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