I am looking to clean up old items that haven't been used in years in our ArcGIS Online organization page. Is there a way to export a csv of all the items in my organization with a last used date? I know you can see last modified date and created date but I cant seem to find the last used or last access date anywhere. I know it can be done for individual services in the "View Status" tab but I need to do this in a batch process.
Last modified is the only documented field that you can query at the item level. You may be able to monitor requests from the usage tab to get more details on views, but this is not a documented workflow.
Sorry for the delay in responding.
Ideally, I'd like to see user engagement with the web app in order to better understand how the map is being used.
I'm sure that I could come up with some other useful user/usage information that I could monitor - especially when needing to justify additional resources to a project.
I see that this is old, but it's the closest thing to what I'm looking for today. I'm looking to bring a dashboard of our usage statistics to our internal users (embed in SharePoint). Management would like to see how many users are logging in per month, how many new features, maps, apps are created, how many new accounts, how many hits per month for key apps, etc. They basically want to see how active our City is in utilizing our AGOL organizational account. It appears that the dashboard that can be created requires layers, which isn't exactly what I'm trying to do. I want to bring a customized, live version of what I see when I get into my organization status tabs. Is there a method for this?
See the Idea for API access to the usage statistics per item https://community.esri.com/t5/arcgis-online-ideas/access-raw-rest-api-data-from-agol-feature-service... which would be a necessary step towards creating a cohesive usage report.