About Sumatra and this application.
- Uses read-only permission to obtain calendar data from your Microsoft Office 365 account1.
- Segments the data into two views -- historic (the past 30 days), and future (the upcoming 15 days)2.
- Bases its analysis on the total TIME (also called duration) spent in appointments and meetings (with others), or in some cases the "working time"2.
- Uses the attendee list to determine if you are the organizer, how many people attend, and if its an internal-only meeting.
- Tracks video use based on URLs in the event's location and notes body.
- Uses Microsoft's Machine Learning API to extract terms from the event's Subject line
- Aggregates data on our servers (hosted in Microsoft Azure), then sends the data to the client browser for further processing and rendering.
- Displays data in tabular form and charts using D3.js charting API.
- Can access your delegate3 account and analyze their calendar.
- Allows you to export the data to Microsoft Excel.
For over 20 years, Sumatra Development is a leader in Microsoft Exchange Calendaring. Visit our website or our Blog to learn more.
- 1 At this point the Microsoft APIs we use to read the calendar do not work for on-prem version of Exchange.)
- 2You can change this under the advanced settings
- 3A delegate is someone you allow to manage your mail, calendar, etc. For you to use this feature, someone must grant YOU delegate access permission. See Microsoft's how to setup a delegate doc.