Organization reports are a way for administrators to export important information about their organization's users and content. There are four types of reports available to administrators: activity reports, credit reports, member reports, and item reports.
Activity reports allow you to download a log of all activity in your organization for a specified time period. The following is a table of fields included in an activity report:
The ID of the subject of the action. The ID can refer to any of the following things: Item, Group, User, Custom role, IDP, OIDC provider, Invitation, Registered app, or Collaboration.
The title of the item that was modified by the action. This field will be populated only for Item ID types.
Specifies whether the ID belongs to an Item, Group, User, Custom role, IDP, OIDC provider, Invitation, Registered app, Collaboration, Collaboration workspace, Collaboration participant, or Collaboration workspace participant.
The ID of the ArcGIS organization in which the action took place.
The name of the ArcGIS organization in which the action took place.
The user name of the organization member who owns the item. This field will be populated only for Item ID types.
The full name of the organization member who owns the item. This field will be populated only for Item and Group ID types.
The user name of the organization member whose activity was logged.
The full name of the organization member whose activity was logged.
The IP address where the action request originated.
The action taken.
The timestamp for the creation of the activity log in UTC format.
The URL of the request.
The ID of the request.
The ID of the app.
The JSON with supplemental information about the activity.
Credit reports allow you to download a detailed breakdown of credit use in your organization in a CSV file. The rows display information for each organization member and the columns are divided by credit-consuming activity. Only credit-consuming activities that are charged per user, rather than per account or organization, are listed in the credit report. The following is a list of all information included in a credit report:
- Organization name
- Start time of the reporting period
- End time of the reporting period
- Organization members' user names
- For each organization member, credits used for each of the following services over the specified reporting period: Geocoding, Service Areas, Closest Facility Routes, Multi-Vehicle Routes, GeoEnrichment (includes Reports and Business and Facilities Search in the Business Analyst Web App), Simple Routes, Optimized Routes, Location-Allocation, Origin Destination Cost Matrix, Spatial Analysis, Demographic Maps, Feature Reports, Tile Generation, and Scene Layer Generation From Features.
Member reports allow you to download data about the members of your organization in a CSV file. The following is a table of fields included in a member report:
The user's ArcGIS Online user name.
The user's first and last name.
The email associated with the user's ArcGIS Online account.
Indicates whether the user profile is set to public, account or organization, or private visibility.
My Esri Access
Indicates whether My Esri access is enabled or disabled for the user.
The user's assigned user type.
If your organization enables credit budgeting, this field shows the number of credits available to the user out of the total number of credits assigned to them. If your organization does not enable credit budgeting, this field is populated with NaN (not a number).
If your organization enables credit budgeting, this field shows the total number of credits assigned to the user. A value of -1 in this field means that the user has unlimited access to credits. If your organization does not enable credit budgeting, this field is populated with NaN (not a number).
Last Login Date
The date the user last signed in to ArcGIS Online.
The date the user's ArcGIS Online account was created.
The names of add-on apps for which the user is assigned a license. These licenses are in the Licenses section of My Settings for each user.
# of Items
The number of items owned by the user. This number can include items that are not listed in the user's content, such as offline map areas.
# of Groups
The number of groups owned by the user.
# of Groups Total
The number of groups the user is a member of.
Item reports allow you to download data about your organization's content in a CSV file. The following is a table of fields included in an item report:
The title of the content item.
The ID of the item, useable in advanced search. For example, id:4e770315ad9049e7950b552aa1e40869 returns the item for that ID.
The web address for the item.
The item type. Options include Web Map, Web Mapping Application, Feature Collection, CSV, PDF, and more.
The date the item was created.
The most recent date the item was edited.
The categories the item has been sorted into. This field is populated if your organization has categories set up and if categories have been used for the item.
The number of times the item has been viewed.
The user name of the member who owns the item.
File Storage Size
The amount of file storage charged for any service or file, measured in bytes.
Feature Storage Size
The amount of feature storage charged for the data or table storage of a feature service, measured in bytes.
Indicates whether the item is private to the owner, has been shared to the account or organization, or is public.
# of Groups
The number of groups the item has been shared with.
The terms used to tag the item.
Number of Comments
The number of comments on the item.