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Microsoft today showed off at its Ignite enterprise-oriented conference in Chicago a new organizational analytics feature in the Office Delve app, which aggregates content from Office 365 apps based on user relevance.

“Essentially, think of it as your health tracker for your work,” Julia White, general manager of Office division product management at Microsoft, said onstage today.

The feature displays charts showing email, Skype, and Yammer communication flowing among teams, total counts, and growth rates. It also contains an index of work-life balance, based on communications that are going out during office hours.

The new feature is coming to Office 365 later this year, White said.

A Microsoft blog post has some more detail about the new feature.

Microsoft first detailed Office Delve, formerly known under the codename Oslo, last year. Delve came to Office 365 in September 2014.

The new organizational insights feature draws on information from the Office Graph, as do other recently announced Microsoft features, like Outlook’s smart clutter filter.

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