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davetheteamsguy
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Helper I

Center of Excellence - Unique app launches by user

Hi everyone,

We have a need to see unique app launches by user.  The App Usage visuals in the Nurture section show total launches per user as well as which apps were launched, however I would like to produce a table that shows how many unique apps each user launched (for example User 1 opened 4 unique apps, User 2 launched 1 unique app).  Admittedly I'm not well versed with Power BI, but this seems like something I should be able to do with the existing data, so I'm reaching out to the community for what I hope is a quick assist.

 

Thanks!

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davetheteamsguy
Helper I
Helper I

I figured it out after some trial and error.  In the App Usage report, I created a clustered bar chart similar to the existing two bar charts, used admin_userupn as the axis and admin_appid - Count (Distinct) as the value.  That did the trick.

 

For extra credit, I also added Environment and Connection Tier slicers so I can filter who is using apps with premium connectors.  

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ChrisPiasecki
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Super User

Hi @davetheteamsguy ,

 

You are correct in that the data should already be in the Audit Logs table. The Operation column you can use to filter by what action (Launched app), and you can use the Power Apps App Logs lookup column to determine which app. I'm not a Power BI expert by any means, but you should be able to use DAX functions to get what you need, such as DistinctCount.

 

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DeviKrishna
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Super User

HI @davetheteamsguy ,

 

See if this helps,

Login to - Power Platform admin center (microsoft.com)

Navigate to PowerApps under Analytics

Click on Usage

Choose the Environment.

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davetheteamsguy
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Helper I

I figured it out after some trial and error.  In the App Usage report, I created a clustered bar chart similar to the existing two bar charts, used admin_userupn as the axis and admin_appid - Count (Distinct) as the value.  That did the trick.

 

For extra credit, I also added Environment and Connection Tier slicers so I can filter who is using apps with premium connectors.  

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