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The information in this section helps you get the most out of the following insights:
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Prepare for your meetings shows you a list of upcoming meetings that you've organized or that you've been invited to. This insight helps you decide whether each meeting is ready to go.
On the Insights panel, locate Prepare for your meetings. This insight tells you about meetings that you've organized or were invited to for the next seven calendar days (including the current day) and it helps you evaluate the state of those meetings.
Select Prepare for your meetings to see an insight for each of your upcoming meetings.
If you are an invitee to meeting, you will see an insight such as this:
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If you are the meeting organizer, you will see an insight such as this:
Some of these options apply to the meeting organizer, some apply to invitees, and some apply to people in both positions.
|(Card title)||Meeting title, organizer, start time, and location|
|Attendees||The percentage of invitees who have accepted, and the number of invitees. Select the down arrow to see more information about these attendees.||Make sure that you have a quorum before the meeting. Consider sending a reminder if you haven't heard back from attendees.|
|Conflicts||This section outlines all other meetings that have a conflict with this meeting.||Take time to resolve conflicts well ahead of each meeting. Doing so helps other participants know whether there will be a quorum for the meeting.|
|Respond||(This section is only for the invitees, not for the organizer.) |
You can respond Yes or No to the meeting invitation. If you have already responded, your response is shown here.
|Responses help the organizer determine whether required participants can attend, and then take necessary steps (such as rescheduling) if necessary.|
|Attachments||This section shows the number of attachments, their titles, and their storage location (online or local). You can see more details and you can open the attachment if it is stored online.|
|Related documents||This section shows documents that you might want to review to prepare for the meeting.|
|Related tasks||This section shows tasks that you might want to complete to prepare for the meeting.|
|Online meeting link||(This section is only for the organizer, not for the invitees.) |
Yes or No indicates whether the meeting invitation includes a link for joining the meeting online in Skype for business or in Teams.
|Be an inclusive meeting organizer. If you have attendees who are working remotely, consider adding an online link to your meeting.|
|Preparation time||This section gives you the options to book either 15 minutes or 30 minutes of preparation time. This option appears only if there is an available slot in your calendar right before the meeting. Booked time appears on your calendar and references the meeting, as 'Preparation time for [meeting title].' You can also cancel the meeting-preparation time or delete it directly from your calendar.||Be prepared. If you need travel time or have other tasks that need to be done right before the meeting to prepare for it, consider booking preparation time.|
Applies to: MyAnalytics elements are available in varying levels to users of different Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft 365 plans. See MyAnalytics plans and environments for details. Also see How do I find my plan?
Insights can tell you how many people have opened your email and the average time they spent reading that email. In general, it informs you about email that you sent to five or more Office 365 users who are internal to your organization. (For more information about which email messages are reported about, see Reporting details.)
Insights also tells you how many email recipients opened a document that you shared in the email as a link or as an attachment (this insight works for documents that are stored in SharePoint or in OneDrive for Business).
After you send an email message, it can take up to 30 minutes before Insights informs you about it. If the email is sent from a delegated mailbox with 'send on behalf' permission, the delegate can see the read statistics.
Insights shows the open rate for the sent email that is open in Outlook. It also groups open rate information for qualifying sent items into a single summary that you can select and expand to see a more detailed view.
Insights does not display read information about every email that you send, such as in the following circumstances.
Read statistics are shown only for qualifying messages. A qualifying message is an email message that is sent to five or more qualifying recipients. A qualifying recipient is a person who is in the same company as the sender and has a cloud mailbox. Distribution lists are expanded before counting qualifying recipients.
Insights does not report about email messages in the following categories:
MyAnalytics respects user privacy. For this reason, the Insights add-in does not show information about individual recipients, and -- when necessary to protect privacy -- it reports approximated values only.
Open-rate value thresholds
Within 30 minutes of when you sent qualifying email, the Insights add-in reports the actual or an approximated open rate, as described here:
Below minimum. For open rates lower than the minimum threshold, the threshold value is reported. For example, when 20% of 10 email recipients open the email, Insights displays the open rate as '< 25%.'
Between thresholds. If the actual open rate falls between the 'Minimum' and 'Maximum' values shown in the table, then the actual open rate is reported.
Above maximum. For open rates higher than the maximum threshold, the threshold value is reported. For example, when 96% of the 25 email recipients open the email, Insights displays the open rate as '> 95%.'
|Number of recipients||Open rate reported|
|5 - 10||Minimum: 25% |
|11 - 20||Minimum: 10% |
|> 21||Minimum: 5% |
For more information, see Email read rates and document open rates. To see who opened an email, use Outlook's request read receipts.
To see read information about sent emails
If the Insights pane isn't already open, select the Insights icon in the Outlook Home ribbon to open it.
If you see a 'Welcome!' message, select Get started.
In Insights, select one of the following:
a. In-context email open rate - Shows read statistics for the sent email that you currently have open in Outlook. It also provides open rates for linked or attached documents that are stored in OneDrive for Business or in SharePoint.
In rare cases, the document open rate can be higher than the email open rate. This can happen when recipients open the document through sources other than the email in which it was shared.
b. Track email open rates - Shows read statistics for all sent emails.
The option you selected (in step 2a or step 2b) shows the email subject line and a summary of the open rate, the open rate (sometimes expressed as a percentage), and the number of forwards.
It is easy to lose track of commitments that you've made to your colleagues in email. The View outstanding tasks insight helps you make sure nothing falls through the cracks by reminding you of tasks that you've agreed to do. It is based on emails that you've sent and requests from your colleagues during the last 14 days of email communication. For example:
In the Insights pane, select View outstanding tasks. This insight is available only in English.
This opens a panel that displays insights for each of your suggested outstanding tasks.
|Name and icon||This is the person you might have an outstanding task for|
|Email subject line||Subject line preview of the email along with a hyperlink to open the email|
|Task snapshot||A snippet of text related to the task|
|Open||Select this to open the relevant email so that you can review the task.|
|Already done||Select this to mark the task as completed. Suggested tasks disappear after two weeks or after you mark them as done.|
|Not a task Action||Select this to mark the insight as not a task. This will help us improve the detection accuracy|
|Add to To Do Actions||Select this to add the task to Microsoft To Do so that you can catch up later. This tool can help you prioritize and even delegate work, which can lead to higher productivity.|
Consider breaking tasks down into simple steps, adding due dates, and setting reminders to keep you on track.
It can be easy to lose track of requests you made of your colleagues. By automatically extracting your outstanding follow ups from the last 14 days of email communication, the Follow up on your requests insight can help you check in on requests to your colleagues. For example:
In the Insights pane, select Follow up on your requests. This insight is available only in English.
This opens a panel that displays insights for each of your suggested follow-up tasks.
|Name and icon||The person with whom you might want to follow up|
|Email subject line||Subject-line of the email that contains the follow-up item, along with a hyperlink to open the email|
|Follow up snapshot||A snippet of text related to the follow-up|
|Follow up||Select this to open the relevant email so that you can follow up on the task|
|Already done||Select this to mark the follow-up as completed. Follow-ups disappear after two weeks or after you mark them as done.|
|Not a follow up||Select this to mark the insight as not a follow-up and remove it from your list. This also helps MyAnalytics improve its detection accuracy.|
|Add to To Do||Select this to add the task to Microsoft To Do so that you can catch up later.|
This tool can make your days more manageable and reduce the stress of things falling through the cracks. It can also help effectively prioritize and even delegate work, which can lead to higher productivity.
Research shows that on average it takes 23 minutes to refocus on a task after a distraction, and constant distraction during focused work can cause higher stress, lower productivity, and bad mood. Further, it can be hard to go deep on challenging work if you have only small chunks of time to focus between meetings or are easily distracted by incoming emails and chats. Blocking a few hours every day to focus without interruptions can help you make progress on your important tasks and projects.
Book time to focus can help you protect time for focused work and also minimize notifications (and thus distraction) by Teams and Skype for business chats and calls during your focus time.
In the Insights pane, select Book time to focus. This insight appears if your calendar has time available during your working hours that is not blocked by meetings or appointments.
This opens a panel that displays all the time available to focus in the coming week, with a couple of available slots every day. With one click you can add focus time to your calendar and get ready for distraction-free deep work. You can also book all available time for focused work with one click, thus setting you up for focused work over a longer duration.
|Date/Time||Shows the date and time of the available focus time that you can book.|
|+||Select this to add time to your calendar as focus time.|
|Pencil icon||Say you want to focus on “Sales pitch” for two hours. Select the pencil icon, change the “Focus time” label to “Sales pitch,” and then click (+). This books a two-hour appointment on your calendar with title “Sales pitch.”|
You can set priority contacts in Teams to ensure that you don’t miss important messages during focus time.
|Book all||This books all available focus time at once, setting you up with protected time throughout the week. |
Use Set lunch hours to set your lunch hour preferences. MyAnalytics will respect your preferences when it proposes focus time.
It is easy for important emails to get lost when your inbox is full of unread emails. With the Catch up on email insight, you can cut through the clutter by seeing a summary of the most important unread email, based on last 14 days of email communication.
In the Insights pane, select Catch up on email.
This opens a panel that displays insights for each of your important unread emails:
|Name and icon||Sender of the email|
|Email subject line||Subject line preview of the email|
|Email snapshot||A snapshot of the text related to the email|
|Open||Select this to open the relevant email for your review. |
Scanning your important unread emails first can help you get to your important workflows faster.
Searching for that document you had planned to read but just can't find? With so many documents shared across meetings and emails, it can be difficult to stay caught up on documents shared by your colleagues. With Catch up on documents, you can see a list of the shared OneDrive and SharePoint documents in email that you need to catch up on.
In the Insights pane, select Catch up on documents:
This opens a panel that displays insights for each document shared with you in the last 14 days that you have not yet opened.
|Name and icon||The person who sent you the email with the associated document|
|Email subject line||Subject-line preview of the email|
|Document name||Name of the document that you might want to catch up on. Select the document name to open it.|
|Open email||Select this to open the related email.|
|Book time||Select this to see an option to book calendar time to review the document.|
You might receive emails and tasks from various people but some items might deserve more attention more than others. For example, an outstanding task from your manager or a message from a key customer would likely be of higher priority. Based on your collaboration patterns, Add important people can suggest that you mark some of your contacts as important; afterwards, MyAnalytics will remind you when you have tasks to do for these important people or unread email from them.
In the Insights pane, select Add important people:
This opens a panel with suggestions to mark a recommended contact as important:
|Name and icon||The person whom MyAnalytics recommends to mark as Important|
|Mark as important||Select this to mark the suggested contact as important. MyAnalytics will then help you stay on top of outstanding tasks, unread documents, and email from your important people.||Consider marking your top collaborators and contacts as important so that you are always aware of outstanding items from them.|
Struggling to protect time for lunch? Colleagues keep sending meeting invitations during your lunch hours? Not taking a lunch break can leave you feeling more tired and stressed and less focused. Even if you just take 15-20 minutes, this is a proven way to maintain levels of concentration and energy during the day. Use this insight to protect your lunch time and personalize your MyAnalytics insights to take into account your preferred lunch hours.
You can set your lunch hours in either of two ways, in Settings or by using the Set lunch hours card. This card is shown only for a short while to new users of MyAnalytics. It is not available permanently, but you can always set your lunch hours in Settings:
In the Insights pane, select Settings (the gear icon).
In the Set lunch hours area, select the edit (pencil) option:
Change the values in the Start and/or End fields.
In the Insights pane, locate Set lunch hours:
Use the options that are described in the following table.
|Default Lunch hours||Your default lunch hours, which you can confirm or change|
|Change||Select this to reset your lunch-hour times|
|Confirm||Select this to save your settings. MyAnalytics will then exclude lunch hours when recommending focus blocks or meeting times.||Taking care of your mental and physical wellbeing. Studies show that taking a lunch break allows your mind to rest, recharge and refocus, which can directly improve your productivity for the rest of the day.|
|Add a recurring calendar event||By checking this box, you have the option to add a recurring calendar event to protect this time.||Consider setting a recurring calendar event if your preferred lunch hours frequently conflict with meetings.|
Taking time off from work helps reduce stress and burnout and improve overall wellbeing. However, research shows that a lack of planning can reduce the benefits of taking a vacation.
The Plan your time away checklist can help reduce the stress of planning for upcoming time away from work. This single tool helps you:
You can plan your schedule with these options all at one time or individually as you get closer to the date. You can also come back at any time and change details before you go. Insights will track your progress and update which actions are done.
To use Plan your time away
If the Insights pane isn't shown, select the Insights icon on your Outlook Home ribbon.
In the Insights pane, select Plan your time away to see a checklist of planning options.
Select dates - Select Start and End dates for when you'll be out of office, and then select Schedule, which sets up an Out-Of-Office appointment on your calendar for the selected dates.
Updating your calendar with out-of-office information is a best practice that’ll set the right expectations with coworkers who want to connect with you.
Set automatic replies - Compose and save an out-of-office reply message here. Your automatic replies will be sent during the start and end dates you selected. You can select to send the same message to people inside and outside your organization, or you can compose a different auto-reply message for those outside your organization, and then select Save.
If you've composed a message for a previous out-off-office period, the most recent message that you used is shown in the Compose or edit message field. You can edit the message so that it pertains to your upcoming time away.
Notify collaborators - You'll see a list of people that you collaborated with in the last four weeks. You can select to notify them through an email or meeting invitation, and then select Compose.
Resolve meetings - You'll see a list of meetings you either organized or accepted for while you're away.
By using this option to quickly and easily resolve all your meetings, you're saving valuable planning time while also respecting your coworkers time.
Book time to focus - You can schedule time to focus on wrapping up work before you go, and then on catching up after you get back. Select the plus sign (+) next to the available Focus time slots, and then select Done to add them to your calendar.
With this time scheduled, you'll know you have time to get everything done both before you go and after you get back.
People managers often have hectic schedules, and it can be tough to stay in close contact with each team member. MyAnalytics brings together all the information managers need to stay caught up and respond quickly to important requests.
As a manager, you can:
This feature is only available for MyAnalytics users who have direct reports listed in Azure Active Directory. If you are a manager but do not see this feature, contact your Office 365 administrator.
On Outlook or in Outlook on the web, open the Insights add-in.
Select Catch up with your team:
The Insights pane shows team members with whom you can reconnect and actions you can take to do so:
If you notice that your team member list is inaccurate, select Edit team to add or remove team members, as shown here:
Any changes you make apply only to your MyAnalytics experience; they do not synchronize back to Azure Active Directory.
While staying in touch with top collaborators can be difficult, a quick 1:1 meeting with key contacts can help you nurture your professional network. The Meeting suggestions insight can keep track of your collaboration pattern and provide meeting recommendations if you are falling out of touch. For example, if you have not had a 1:1 meeting with your manager in a while, this insight can suggest setting up a 1:1 and it can assist with scheduling the meeting.
In the Insights pane, locate the Meet with <name of contact> insight:
|Name and icon||A person you collaborate with regularly but with whom you haven't had a 1:1 meeting in a while.|
|Schedule meeting||Select this to open a meeting form that you can quickly complete to set up a meeting.|
Studies shows that the expectation to respond to email outside of working hours results in anxiety and impacts the health of employees and their families. In fact, the mere expectation of availability outside of working hours can increase strain for your colleagues, even when they do not engage in actual work outside of working hours.
With Check quiet hours impact, you can help your team achieve work-life balance by reviewing emails that your co-workers responded to outside of working hours.
In the Insights pane, select Check quiet hours impact:
This opens a panel that displays insights about emails that might have impacted co-workers outside of their working hours:
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