M365 Changelog: Classic site collection usage reports moved to a new link
MC297254 – Microsoft previously announced in MC244687 (March ’21) that they were relocating classic usage and popularity reports in the SharePoint admin center classic site collection settings. Microsoft has now completed this change and apologize for the delay.
When this will happen:
This change has been rolled out.
How this will affect your organization:
SharePoint site administrations will no longer be able to access Popularity and search reports found in Classic Site Collection Home > Site settings > Site Collection Administration > Popularity and Search Reports.
The information in these reports will be included in a new set of reports in Site Collection Administration. In addition, daily reports currently display 14 days of data; Microsoft is increasing this to 31 days.
The new reports will be available under Classic Site Collection Home > Site settings > Site collection administration > Microsoft Search > Configure search settings >Insights.
What you need to do to prepare:
Share this information with anyone who reviews the SharePoint classic site collection usage reports
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