Mastering Office 365 Admin Center: A Step-by-Step Guide to Viewing Reports

Office 365 Admin Center is a powerful tool for managing your organization’s Office 365 environment. One of the many useful features of the Admin Center is the ability to view reports on various aspects of your organization’s usage of Office 365. In this article, we will walk you through the process of viewing reports in the Office 365 Admin Center, as well as answering some frequently asked questions about the process.

Step 1: Log in to Office 365 Admin Center

To access the Office 365 Admin Center, you will need to log in with your Office 365 administrator account. Once you have logged in, you will be taken to the dashboard, which displays an overview of your organization’s usage of Office 365.

Step 2: Access the Reports section

To access the Reports section of the Admin Center, click on the “Reports” button located on the left-hand side of the dashboard. This will bring up a menu with several options for viewing different types of reports.

Step 3: Choose a report to view

The Reports section offers a variety of reports, such as Mailbox Usage, Active Users, and Service Health. Select the report you want to view.

Step 4: Customize the report

Once you have selected a report, you can customize it by choosing a date range, selecting specific users or groups, and more. Once you have made your selections, click on the “Apply” button to update the report.

Step 5: View and export the report

Once the report has been updated, you can view it on the screen and export it to a CSV or PDF file for further analysis.


Viewing reports in the Office 365 Admin Center is a straightforward process that can provide valuable insights into your organization’s usage of Office 365. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can easily access the Reports section, choose a report, customize it, and view or export the results.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can I schedule reports to be automatically generated?

Yes, you can schedule reports to be automatically generated and emailed to specific users on a regular basis.

How can I view reports for specific users or groups?

You can filter reports by specific users or groups by using the “Select users or groups” option in the report customization menu.

Can I export reports to other formats besides CSV and PDF?

No, currently the only option to export report is in CSV and PDF

Are there any limitations on the amount of data that can be included in a report?

Yes, there are certain limitations on the amount of data that can be included in a report, depending on your organization’s Office 365 plan.

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