Office 365 Administrators need to spend most of the time in PowerShell scripting to retrieve some information about their organization groups. They need to juggle between PowerShell cmdlets like Get-DistributionGroupMember, Get-DistributionGroup, Get-MsolGroup and Get-MsolGroupMember to fetch the group info.
AdminDroid gives administrators peace of mind by simplifying groups reporting and analytics without the need for PowerShell scripts. It provides great insights and reports on your Office 365 groups in a single click. This analytics information helps the administrator to take charge of groups in their organization
This report provides the complete list of all the groups exist in your office 365 environment. All the properties of the group object can be explored in this report. You can use the quick search option provided in the report to grab any information about the groups inside your organization quickly.
This report helps you to explore the empty groups inside your organization. It helps administrators to manage their office 365 environment tidy by cleaning up empty groups
This report provides you the list of all the security groups in your Office 365. It gives various information like group size, mail-enabled status, etc., By default, groups are in alphabetical order
This report provides you the list of all the distribution list in your Office 365. By default, groups are in alphabetical order.
This report provides you the list of all the mail-enabled groups in your tenant. It gives you both the mail-enabled security groups and distribution lists. You can use the filter to restrict to particular group type.
This report provides you the list of all the deleted groups in your organization. It gives a essential info like when that particular group object was deleted and whether the group can be recovered now. AdminDroid Office 365 reporter maintains the history of the deleted objects even after its retention period
This report provides you the list of groups which were created in Office 365; it doesn’t include the groups which were synced from your on-premise Active Directory
This report returns all the group objects synchronized from your on-premise Active Directory either through Azure AD Connect or Azure DirSync tool. Recently synchronized objects will appear at the top of the report along with their last dirsync time. It helps you to identify recently synced groups.
This report lists the group members for each group. By default, this report contains both the security group and distribution group members, but you can use the inbuilt group type filter to narrow down to particular group type
This report gives the ordered result of groups by their size. You can use the inbuilt group type filter to slice and dice your data to narrow your analysis to particular group type.