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View global and team reports

A new analytics experience is on the way

We’re starting the roll-out of a redesigned analytics experience with better performance and versatile visualization of your data. It includes a complete redesign of the visual components to look and work better.

You’ll automatically get the new analytics experience, but it may take a while as it’s being rolled-out over the next few weeks.


Opsgenie reports provide data visualization and analytics capabilities on how you use Opsgenie, how things are changing over time, and how your teams are performing. These reports are created by utilizing our BI partner, Looker.

See this video for an overview of global and team reports.

There are two different types of reports in Opsgenie:
a- Global Reports
b- Team Reports

a- Global Reports:

Global Reports are the reports that are account-wide and include generic analysis for notifications, API usage, the overall responsiveness on the alerts, i.e., MTTA/R.

b- Team Reports:

Team Reports are the reports that focus on your team activities, performance, and the alerts that they receive. These reports also include some common looks with the Global Reports which focus only on the particular team that is selected.

You can view the reports for your account if you have the right to view them. Admins and Owners can view both Global and Team Reports, and Team Admins can only view the Team Reports for their team(s). If a User has the ‘Access to Reports’ right in their custom user role, they would be able to see all of the reports as well.

To view your reports

To see which reports are applicable to your team, and to confirm when/if they are scheduled to be sent to relevant team members, follow these steps:

  1. Go to My Profile via the side menu.

  2. There, see which teams you belong to, listed under "Teams".

  3. Navigate to Analytics via the side menu.

  4. At the top of sidebar menu, you can select Global or Team(s).

  5. Once Team is selected, navigate to the gear icon on the right side of the report.

  6. Click Schedule...

  7. From the dialogue box that appears, see if the right column has a Schedule title listed, which would mean there is a scheduled delivery via email of a selected report. In the example below, a "Team Productivity Analytics" report schedule has been defined.

A screenshot showing the location of the "Schedule" button.

If there is not, then select Create New Schedule to designate the timing and delivery of the desired reports.

If you’re unable to see the schedule option—it may be because you have the new analytics experience which doesn’t support scheduling yet.


If, for some reason, schedules have not been received as expected, double check via these steps to make sure the correct Team is listed under your profile, that it is the one chosen for the Report view, and that there is a schedule titled and setup to deliver these reports. Recipients should also be designated by their emails, otherwise, the report cannot be delivered.

Below, you can find the list of available reports:

Global Reports

Team Reports

Team Reports and a part of the Global Reports are only available for the Enterprise plan. Similarly, Reporting under the Essentials Plan includes Notifications and API Usage Reports. Advanced Reporting is only available for Standard Plan and Enterprise Plan.

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