Usage reports

This feature is available for teams using Tabnine Enterprise (private installation). When using the Tabnine Enterprise (SaaS) option, the customer admin receives periodic reports via email. For more details, contact your Tabnine account manager.

Take a look at the Reports Glossary to learn about terminology and definitions.

Tabnine Enterprise (private installation) usage reports

Tabnine Enterprise admins can access usage reports for their teams.

These reports provide insights into the team members' onboarding status, usage volumes, and additional data.

Usage reports are available on the admin level. The rest of the Tabnine team has no access to the usage data. However, a team admin can export the report from the Tabnine admin console as CSV files and share them with the rest of the team if they wish.

Reports can be viewed for the entire organization or a specific team.

There are two types of reports:

You can schedule sending the CSV-based usage report by email.

Visual usage reports

These reports have been available since version 5.7.0.

Go to the Tabnine management console and sign in as an admin.

Usage reports can be found on different pages:

Additionally, you can view other reports on the following pages:

Overview page

The overview contains a high-level overview and activity trends in your account:

The useful chat consumption data, which is part of the Total Usage and Chat Usage data, has been collected since version 5.6.0.

[1] Population and timeframe filters

The displayed data can be adjusted by:

  • Population: The entire organization (default) or a specific team

  • Timeframe: 12 weeks (default), 12 months, or 12 days

[2] Overview metrics

  • Registered Users: The current number of Registered Users out of the total licenses available for this account (this number does not change for a specific team)

  • Active users: The total number of users that have actively used Tabnine from the given population in the given timeframe

  • Total Usage: The number of code completions and useful chat interactions performed by the population in the given timeframe

  • Automation Factor: The code completion's automation factor for the given population in the given timeframe (available when there is enough code completion activity)

[3] Active user trend chart

Displays the total number of active users per day/week/month from the given population in the given timeframe

[4] Total usage trend chart

Displays the total usage (code completions and useful chat interactions) per day/week/month from the given population in the given timeframe

Usage page

The Usage page contains more detailed usage reports and insights for the entire organization:

Usage per User page

The Usage per User page contains a usage overview per user in the organization or team:

User Management report

The User Management page lets the admin monitor the number of users who were invited, registered, connected to the IDE, and started using Tabnine. It also helps the admin find users who have not yet successfully onboarded. Learn more about the different statuses and flows in Tabnine.

[1] Team filter

The displayed data can be adjusted by population: The entire organization (default) or a specific team.

[2] Funnel Overview

Licenses: The total number of the licenses in the account (does not change for a specific team)

Registered: The total number of the current registered users: (Status=Registered, Connected, or Used)

Used: The total number of users who have ever used Tabnine (i.e., users who have completed at least one code completion or chat interaction, Status=Used)

[3] Onboarding gaps overview and filters

This section shows different onboarding gaps, meaning the number of users is not in the Used status yet. Each label focuses on different onboarding statuses, letting the admin know how to guide these users towards using Tabnine.

These labels are status filters; the admin can click (or unclick it) to see only specific users.

  • Invited, not yet registered (Status=Invited): These users should accept their email invitation and sign up for Tabnine. The admin can resend them an invitation as a reminder.

  • Registered, not yet connected (Status=Registered): These users should install and connect to Tabnine in their IDEs.

  • Connected, haven't yet used (Status=Used): These users should be able to use Tabnine. The admin may offer them some training material to make sure they are set for success.

[4] Users list

The Users list shows the users adjusted by the team or onboarding status filters.

Each user appears with their email, team, role, status, and last seen.

Status: Invited, Registered, Connected, Used, or Deactivated. Learn more

Last seen: Is defined as follows for each status:

  • Invited: Since the email invitation

  • Registered: Since the signup date

  • Connected: Since the last time the user was connected to the IDE

  • Used: Since the deactivation date

The admin can perform different actions on the displayed users:

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