To track your organization's license assignment data, navigate to Admin Console > Insights.
License assignment data helps you track assigned licenses versus the purchased quantity. It's measured for all your applicable products since the last anniversary date or Enterprise Term and License Agreement (ETLA) start date. Refer to the common questions below for any exceptions.
System admins see the license assignment data as graphs in the Admin Console's Insights tab. It helps the organizations (with ETLA) track their historical license assignments. Data is available in Monthly view and Year-to-date view.
System administrators can also run a report at any time to download the data shown on the dashboard.
The dashboard displays a graphical view of each product's historical assignment. Choose any product from the list on the left to view its Year-to-date and Monthly view. Each graph shows the licenses assigned in the selected period.
The number of purchased licenses for a given product. In successive years from purchase, this number also reflects additional licenses purchased by the organization via add-on, true up, etc.
You can create and download a license assignment report at any time for the date range of your choice to download the data shown on the dashboard.
The license assignment report shows the highest daily license assignment for each of the purchased products. Each product has a unique row for each day of the entered date range.
Assignment data is updated regularly starting June 18, 2020. Earlier data is unavailable. You can only enter dates after June 18, 2020, in the Date range section.
To create a report, go to Insights > Reports > License assignment > Create > enter Date range > click Create.
The license assignment data is only for Creative Cloud and Document Cloud products. All usage-based products are not included. Although admins see a list of their purchased products from their ETLA contract, only seat-based products will have a corresponding chart. Excluded products will not have a corresponding chart, and will instead display the message:
Chart is not available for this product.
Adobe Sign and Adobe Stock are under a usage model. Any overage is billed separately under the terms of the customer ETLA agreement.
Admins must refer to their license assignment data to aid in their submission of the self-reported true-up: 'Report Additional Deployment' at the anniversary date.
The terms deploy refers to the number of licenses that were delegated or assigned (and can also be referred to as deployed) to end users.