View your Slack analytics dashboard

The Slack analytics dashboard allows you to gain insight into how your organization uses Slack. From the dashboard, you can easily find and sort information to understand more about the messages, channels, and members in your workspace or Enterprise Grid organization.

What to expect

  • The views and metrics available to you depend on your plan. On the free version of Slack, you can view basic metrics; on paid plans, you can view more detailed metrics about channels and members in your workspace or Enterprise Grid org.
  • You can view a full list of metrics available from the analytics dashboard and their definitions to help you understand the data in your Slack analytics dashboard.
  • By default, all members can view analytics for their workspace. Workspace Owners can choose to restrict access to this feature or disable member metrics completely.

Note: Workspace Owners can choose to restrict access to the analytics dashboard to only owners and admins. If you can’t access analytics, find an owner or admin and ask for help.

View your analytics dashboard

Free

Standard and Plus

Enterprise Grid

On the free version of Slack, you can see a high level view of your workspace's activity from the Overview tab of the analytics dashboard.

  1. From your desktop, click your workspace name in the top left.
  2. Select Tools from the menu, then click Analytics.
  3. To view data for the entire history of your workspace, click Last 30 days in the top-right corner to adjust your data range.
  4. To review data outside of Slack, click Export.

Tip: Data for messages, files, channels, and members is only available on Slack’s paid plans. Upgrade your workspace to access more analytics features.

On the Standard and Plus plans, you can see a high level view of your workspace's activity from the Overview tab. You can also use the Channels and Members tabs to see more detailed insights.

  1. From your desktop, click your workspace name in the top left.
  2. Select Tools from the menu, then click Analytics.
  3. To view data for the entire history of your workspace, click Last 30 days in the top-right corner to adjust your data range.
  4. To adjust the columns on the Channels or Members tabs, click Edit columns and select the data you'd like to view.
  5. To review data outside of Slack, click Export.

Org level

Org Owners and Org Admins can view analytics for their entire Enterprise Grid org. The Overview page provides a high level view of an org’s activity, while the Workspaces, Channels, and Members pages offer more detailed insights.

  1. From your desktop, click your workspace name in the top left.
  2. Select Settings & administration from the menu, then click Organization settings.
  3. Click  Analytics in the left column.
  4. To view data for the entire history of your workspace, click Last 30 days in the top-right corner to adjust your data range.
  5. To adjust the columns on the Workspaces, Channels, or Members pages, click Edit columns and select the data you'd like to view.
  6. To review data outside of Slack, click Export.


Workspace level

By default, any member of a workspace can see a high level view of your workspace's activity from the Overview tab. They can also use the Channels and Members tabs to see more detailed insights.

  1. From your desktop, click your workspace name in the top left.
  2. Select Tools from the menu, then click Analytics.
  3. To view data for the entire history of your workspace, click Last 30 days in the top-right corner to adjust your data range.
  4. To adjust the columns on the Channels or Members tabs, click Edit columns and select the data you'd like to view.
  5. To review data outside of Slack, click Export.

Remember: Member and message counts may vary when looking at org-level vs. workspace-level analytics.

Who can use this feature?
  • By default, all members (but not guests)
  • Free, Standard, Plus, and Enterprise Grid