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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Harold,
    I needed this ability also so I use the User Groups feature to accomplish it. I made user groups named with the budget number, department name, and/or the city, like this:
    1234, Human Resources, Toronto
    At the end of the year when I export a list of all our licenses to renew, I the group listing are included. It makes it much easier to sort the list into the invoices for each department.
    It might work for you.

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    Hi,

    I have shared your concerns with the relevant team working on admin console. Once we have further information from the concerned team on this, we will be able to update you.

    Thanks,
    Karan

    Anonymous commented  · 

    i have the same issue. I am managing more than 500 users. I need to be able to see who has never installed the software or who is not using it frequently so I can either provide them with help or give the seat to someone else.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    YES!! I cannot understand why there is no date field. I need it.
    I also need a user activity log or a way to output this information along with the user name data. I want to see who has actually logged in, installed the software, and when their last log-in was. In some cases I discover months later that the person downloaded Acrobat but got hung up on installation and has never used it. If I could see who wasn't using it, I could proactively contact them to see what problem they were having and get them on board. In other cases, the person has left the company and no one at all is using the seat that I could have re-assigned to someone else.

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