Microsoft first introduced MyAnalytics in 2016 as a rebranding for the legacy Delve Analytics. The new tool is designed to provide users with insights on the amount of time they spend in the workplace. Since then, the product has been available only to users with an Office 365 Enterprise E5 plan or as an E1 and E3 plan add-on.
Today, the software giant has announced that MyAnalytics will be released to a wider set of users with Office 365 and Microsoft 365 Enterprise and Business suite accounts. Natalie McCullough, General Manager of Workplace Analytics and MyAnalytics at Microsoft, wrote in a blog post that MyAnalytics works to present a summary of users' time management through a personal dashboard, an Outlook add-in, and weekly emails, and help them prioritize their time at work.
Microsoft also plans to improve MyAnalytics by combining insights from Microsoft Teams communications and work documents stored in OneDrive and SharePoint. These new insights will be added to the tool starting this month for existing MyAnalytics customers. Over the next few months, Microsoft will be rolling the MyAnalytics features to the new suites.
The product complements Microsoft's other productivity tool, Workplace Analytics, which was announced last year to help managers and executives analyze employee productivity across departments using Microsoft Graph data.