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Thanks for your feedback! Your idea sounds interesting, but we need more information:
We are certainly thinking about extensible user schema across Office365 suite, and trying to figure out which attribute mappings make sense. We’d love to know more about the scenario you have – Why did your customer chose to use AD custom attributes over User Profile attributes in SharePoint?
We are working on this feature. All significant Admin actions, including adding or changing admin privileges, will be audited in the product and this audit data will be made available through a compliance center UI and also through APIs that the customer or 3rd party analytics provider can access directly.
We are working on many of these report areas right now. We have a tenant-wide user activity report in development right now. The next report we will work on will be a tenant-wide site usage and activity report. After that, we will look at various other tenant-wide reports, including page-views, and storage metrics.
We are working on this feature. All file access events will be audited in the product, whether those events ultimately result in a person viewing the file or not. The data about who did what, when and from where, with every file stored in SharePoint will be made available through a compliance center UI and also through APIs that the customer or 3rd party analytics provider can access directly.
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Im having that same problem myself. I need to pull Audit reports myself and to view individual information that I determine what documents are being reviews by an individual or opened as well. This information is viable to our organization and valuable to see where our end users are view the most of current documentation of specific business units.