MC306676: Advanced eDiscovery hold reports coming to public preview

Coming soon to public preview, hold reports in Advanced eDiscovery allows organizations to access built-in reports with information about all legal holds associated with eDiscovery cases in the Microsoft 365 compliance center. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 roadmap ID 88540.

Microsoft 365 compliance center: Advanced eDiscovery – Hold reports

Out-of-the-box reports that contain information about all legal holds associated with eDiscovery cases in the Microsoft 365 compliance center. Sort and filter your view based on various criteria and download the aggregated information for further analysis.

MC306676: Advanced eDiscovery hold reports coming to public preview

When this will happen

Rollout begins in mid-January and is expected to be complete by late January 2022.

How this will affect your organization

You can access Hold reports (preview) in the Advanced eDiscovery solution within the Microsoft 365 compliance center. From the Hold reports (preview) tab, you can sort, filter, group by, and customize columns to customize your hold reports. You can also download reports for further analysis.

You can access Hold reports (preview) in the Advanced eDiscovery solution within the Microsoft 365 compliance center. From the Hold reports (preview) tab, you can sort, filter, group by, and customize columns to customize your hold reports. You can also download reports for further analysis.

To enable hold reports for your organization, go to Advanced eDiscovery > Advanced eDiscovery settings > Hold reports (preview).

To enable hold reports for your organization, go to Advanced eDiscovery > Advanced eDiscovery settings > Hold reports (preview).

Your first hold reports can take up to two days to complete. Once your reports are ready, go to Advanced eDiscovery > Hold reports (preview) to view your hold reports. Hold reports are updated once per day. The last updated time is shown at the top of the Hold reports (preview) page.

What you need to do to prepare

Your organization must have the appropriate organization subscription for Advanced eDiscovery to generate and access hold reports.

To opt-in to generate hold reports for all eDiscovery cases in your organization, you must be an eDiscovery Administrator in your organization. Only eDiscovery Administrators in your organization can access hold reports.

Learn more about how to manage holds in Advanced eDiscovery.

Message ID: MC306676
Published: 18 December 2021
Updated: 18 December 2021
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