Thanks, but log ins count might be much higher than actual chatters ... Russ McBride 17.Aug.11 10:42 AM a Web browser Administration All ReleasesAll Platforms
I think we have many Notes users configured so they automatically log into Sametime (and may never actually use Sametime to chat).
What I'm really looking for is "Chat sessions by User Name". That way we can see who is actually using the chat feature. Depending on who they are, it might carry more weight. For instance if the chatters are higher level managers, our IT management might have higher opinions of Sametime's value.
I often hear comments by IT management that lend me to believe they do not see think there is high business value to IM. I think it is because many of them are on Exchange and never use Sametime. However, I know many people use Sametime and I'd like to get data to see who they are and how often they use it.. That could change the perception of Sametime's business value from low to high.
on edit: I think enabling Chat Logging is what I need to get the data I desire.