reportRoot: getSharePointSiteUsageDetail

Namespace: microsoft.graph


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Get details about SharePoint site usage.

Note: For details about different report views and names, see Microsoft 365 reports - SharePoint site usage.


One of the following permissions is required to call this API. To learn more, including how to choose permissions, see Permissions.

Permission type Permissions (from least to most privileged)
Delegated (work or school account) Reports.Read.All
Delegated (personal Microsoft account) Not supported.
Application Reports.Read.All

Note: For delegated permissions to allow apps to read service usage reports on behalf of a user, the tenant administrator must have assigned the user the appropriate Azure AD limited administrator role. For more details, see Authorization for APIs to read Microsoft 365 usage reports.

HTTP request

GET /reports/getSharePointSiteUsageDetail(period='{period_value}')
GET /reports/getSharePointSiteUsageDetail(date={date_value})

Function parameters

In the request URL, provide one of the following parameters with a valid value.

Parameter Type Description
period string Specifies the length of time over which the report is aggregated. The supported values for {period_value} are: D7, D30, D90, and D180. These values follow the format Dn where n represents the number of days over which the report is aggregated.
date Date Specifies the date for which you would like to view the users who performed any activity. {date_value} must have a format of YYYY-MM-DD. As this report is only available for the past 30 days, {date_value} should be a date from that range.

Note: You need to set either period or date in the URL.

This method supports the $format, $top, and $skipToken OData query parameters to customize the response. The default output type is text/csv. However, if you want to specify the output type, you can use the OData $format query parameter set to text/csv or application/json.

Request headers

Name Description
Authorization Bearer {token}. Required.



If successful, this method returns a 302 Found response that redirects to a preauthenticated download URL for the report. That URL can be found in the Location header in the response.

Preauthenticated download URLs are only valid for a short period of time (a few minutes) and do not require an Authorization header.

The CSV file has the following headers for columns:

  • Report Refresh Date
  • Site Id
  • Site URL
  • Owner Display Name
  • Is Deleted
  • Last Activity Date
  • Site Sensitivity Label Id
  • External Sharing
  • Unmanaged Device Policy
  • Geo Location
  • File Count
  • Active File Count
  • Page View Count
  • Visited Page Count
  • Anonymous Link Count
  • Company Link Count
  • Secure Link For Guest Count
  • Secure Link For Member Count
  • Storage Used (Byte)
  • Storage Allocated (Byte)
  • Root Web Template
  • Owner Principal Name
  • Report Period


If successful, this method returns a 200 OK response code and a JSON object in the response body.

The default page size for this request is 200 items.



The following is an example that outputs CSV.


The following is an example of the request.



The following is an example of the response.

HTTP/1.1 302 Found
Content-Type: text/plain

Follow the 302 redirection and the CSV file that downloads will have the following schema.

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: application/octet-stream

Report Refresh Date,Site Id,Site URL,Owner Display Name,Is Deleted,Last Activity Date,Site Sensitivity Label Id,External Sharing,Unmanaged Device Policy,Geo Location,File Count,Active File Count,Page View Count,Visited Page Count,Anonymous Link Count,Company Link Count,Secure Link For Guest Count,Secure Link For Member Count,Storage Used (Byte),Storage Allocated (Byte),Root Web Template,Owner Principal Name,Report Period


The following is an example that returns JSON.


The following is an example of the request.



The following is an example of the response.

Note: The response object shown here might be shortened for readability.

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: application/json
Content-Length: 484

  "value": [
      "reportRefreshDate": "2017-09-01", 
      "siteId": "siteId-value", 
      "siteUrl": "siteUrl-value", 
      "ownerDisplayName": "ownerDisplayName-value", 
      "ownerPrincipalName": "ownerPrincipalName-value", 
      "isDeleted": false, 
      "lastActivityDate": "2017-09-01", 
      "siteSensitivityLabelId": "SiteSensitivityLabelId-value",
      "externalSharing": false,
      "unmanagedDevicePolicy": "UnmanagedDevicePolicy-value",
      "geoLocation": "GeoLocation-value",
      "fileCount": 170, 
      "activeFileCount": 25, 
      "pageViewCount": 7, 
      "visitedPageCount": 3, 
      "anonymousLinkCount": 5,
      "companyLinkCount": 8,
      "secureLinkForGuestCount": 13,
      "secureLinkForMemberCount": 11,
      "storageUsedInBytes": 63442116, 
      "storageAllocatedInBytes": 2748779094400, 
      "rootWebTemplate": "Publishing Site", 
      "reportPeriod": "7"