In this post I describes how you can get some reporting for your Microsoft Teams Call Queues and Auto Attendants by using Microsoft Power BI. Microsoft recently added reporting capabilities for Teams Call Queues and Auto Attendants which show you some data on:

  • Auto Attendant | calls to Auto Attendants
  • Call Queue | calls to Call Queues
  • Agent Timeline | agent activity in calls via Call Queues
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Requirements

  • Power BI subscription
  • Power BI desktop app (can be download in the Microsoft Store)
  • Power BI CQD Power BI Query Templates https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=102291
  • Teams Call Quality Dashboard (CQD)
  • Teams Call Quality Dashboard (CQD) access permissions
  • Microsoft Teams Tenant Data Location, actually the CQD data pipeline region

Get Microsoft Teams Tenant Data Location

Install-MicrosoftTeams
#Connect to Teams (optional)
Connect-Microsoft Teams
#Connect to SFBO
$sfbosession = New-CsOnlineSession
Import-PsSession $sfbosession

#Get your tenant overview (optional)
Get-CsTenant
#Get your cqd data pipeline region
(Get-CsTenant).ServiceInstance
#Save the output in notepad, to re-read it later, if required

#Disconnect – THX
Disconnect-MicrosoftTeams
Remove-PsSession $sfbosession

Result example

Ready PowerBi

  • You now have to download the CQD Power BI Query Templates.
  • Unzip the CQD-Power-BI-query-templates.zip

It should look like this in your file explorer.

  • Open “CQ and AA combined Analytics 20201105.pbit” using PowerBI
  • Select the correct region
  1. Click on “Load”
  2. You’ll get asked to authenticate (it might popup in the background)

So, data is getting fetched/updated.

See results

It might open the report with sample data, that’s why you need to click refresh in the PowerBI menu pane.

After this you should be able to see some data if you were already using Microsoft Teams Call Queues and Auto Attendants and there is some data. In my case there is not much data because this is my test tenant with not so much data.

After you’ve accomplished to see the data you might want to publish it into your Power BI workspace so that you can easily access it in the future or even share it with your fellow Teams Voice administrators or else.

There are two known issues as stated on the documentation but I’m sure that they’ll be resolved soon.

Conclusion, opinion and summary

Although the feature and reports are in preview – at the time of writing this post – it looks very promising. It helps you to see and understand what was going on with your Teams Call Queues und Auto Attendants. Moreover, the other Power BI reports may also help you to better visualize and understand your Teams metrics to improve your service operations for your telephony with Microsoft Teams.

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