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MC391126: Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge Legacy reporting will be removed from the Microsoft browser usage report

Following the upcoming retirement of the Internet Explorer 11 desktop application on certain versions of Windows 10 (June 15), updates will be made to the reporting in the Microsoft Browser usage report. Beginning at the end of June 2022, all reporting for unsupported Microsoft browsers will be removed. This includes the removal of Internet Explorer (IE) and Microsoft Edge Legacy. Reporting on usage for Microsoft Edge will remain available.

MC391126: Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge Legacy reporting will be removed from the Microsoft browser usage report

In addition, the current feature that allows IT admins to opt-in to sending users notifications to transition from IE to Microsoft Edge in Microsoft 365 Services will be removed starting at the end of June 2022. For admins that are actively using this feature, it will stop sending notifications to users as of June 15, 2022.

When will this happen?

Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge Legacy usage reporting will be removed from the Microsoft browser usage report starting at the end of June 2022.

How this will affect your organization

Administrators currently relying on Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge Legacy information in this report in the Microsoft 365 admin center will need to adjust workflows where necessary to remove this dependency, as that information will no longer be available.

What you need to do to prepare

Prepare for the report to be retired at the end of June 2022. If you would like to see historical data, we recommend you capture current reporting before the end of June.

Resources

  • Learn more about the browser usage report with the current documentation (this page will be updated when Edge Legacy and IE reporting are removed)
  • Learn more about the Graph Rest API with the current documentation (this page will be updated when Edge Legacy and IE reporting are removed)
  • Learn more about the retirement of the IE11 desktop application. Use a guided experience available in the Microsoft 365 admin center to help you identify any IE dependent sites in your organization

We always value feedback and questions from our customers.

Message ID: MC391126
Published: 11 June 2022
Updated: 11 June 2022

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