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How to Create a SharePoint Report of User Activity (Last Login)

How to Create a SharePoint Report of User Activity (Last Login)

How to Create a SharePoint Report of User Activity (Last Login)

Is there a way for a SharePoint site admin to be able to see when the last time the members of the user groups logged in/accessed the SharePoint site?

I have a SharePoint site with over 900 users in a group and I need to be able to see who is actively using the site content and who has not used it in the last year so I can purge them from the system.

I need to be able to do this without additional software (other than MS Office and SharePoint) and prefer not to have to use SharePoint Designer.

Thank you in advance for any assistance!!!

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