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View Your classes in the Insights app for actionable data views across the classes you teach. Details about assignments, activity levels per day, missed meetings, and more can let you know which classes you might want to focus on. 

Add the app 

  1. Select ... to find More added apps.

  2. Search for Insights in the search bar and select it. 

  3. Select Save

  4. Pin Insights to your app bar by right-clicking on the app icon and selecting Pin

Select More added apps in the Teams app bar

Pin Insights to app bar

Read your data across classes 

To access Your classes view, select the Insights app from your Teams app bar.

You'll see spotlight cards, followed by data about student activity, meeting absences, Reflect, and missed assignments for all the classes you own.

  • Select any datapoint for more details, or select a class name to see complete data for that class.

  • By default, classes are sorted alphabetically. To prioritize classes by data (for example, which class has the most absences), select  Down chevron button  next to a category label.

  • The number of students in each class is indicated next to the class name.

multiple classes shown in the Insights tab

Inactive students

This number and graph shows how many students were not active in this class. 

  • Hover over the pie to see who was inactive and for how many days during the timeframe.

  • Select the pie to open the digital activity report and see more details.

Pie chart reflecting number of inactive students in a class

Active students per day

This metric is measured by various student engagements, include their meeting attendance, Reflect responses, frequency of post creation/replies, reactions in the team, file opening/editing, OneNote usage, and assignment submissions. 

Active students per day graph

Meeting absence

A student is considered to have missed a meeting if they didn’t attend at all, or only for a short time (either less than 50% of the meeting or less than 30 minutes, whichever comes first).

  • Hover over the pie graph to see a list of students and how many meetings they missed during the time frame.

  • Select the pie graph to open the digital activity report.

Meeting absence pie graph

Missed assignments

This pie graph shows how many students didn't turn in at least one assignment that was due during the selected time frame. 

  • Hover over the pie graph to see a list of the students who missed assignments (and how many assignments).

  • Select the pie graph to open the assignments and grades report.

Missed assignments pie graph


This chart correlates with which emojis students used to describe their emotions during the selected time frame. 

  • Hover over the bar graph to see the percentage of responses for each emoji.

  • Gray indicates students didn't respond. 

Reflect tab showing students' feelings


Spotlights shed light on actionable pieces of class data. 

  •  Hover over bolded text showing a number of students to see individual names.

  • Learn to read your Spotlights, including color coding and label meanings.

spotlight cards for English 9 workload and activities

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