getEmailActivityUserDetail and : What exactely is "Meeting Created Count"?


Hi! We have created a report to evaluate the uses between Teams and Oulook and compare the different categories of meetings. Here are my questions:

Does the figure 'Meeting created count' take into account individual meetings, face-to-face meetings AND meetings with a Teams link? Can you differentiate between them? What happens if a meeting is created in Outlook without a Teams link, then a link is added later?

Also, about the report 'TeamsUserActivityUserDetail': does the figure 'Meeting Count' take into account the Teams meetings created in Outlook or just the meetings created directly in Teams?

Can someone please help me? Thanks :)

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  1. Zhengqi Lou-MSFT 8,806 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Hi @Expert O365 (Charlène Gonnet) ,

    Actually I don't know much about the Microsoft Graph, but I could give you some hints on my part(O365 & Teams)
    Are you using the beta version Graph?

    Because I didn't see the Meeting Created Count attribute for getEmailActivityUserDetail from the Graph 1.0 document:

    • Report Refresh Date
    • User Principal Name
    • Display Name
    • Is Deleted
    • Deleted Date
    • Last Activity Date
    • Send Count
    • Receive Count
    • Read Count
    • Assigned Products
    • Report Period

    And as for your second question, I think it's a YES. Because the Teams meetings created on Outlook clients should be added to Teasm Calendar soon.

    About Microsoft Graph 1.0 and Beta version:

    Best regards,

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