Support migration of Microsoft Teams
We need to do a tenant to tenant migration of Office 365. Your tool looks like it could aid with that, but my question is about Microsoft Teams migration. Aside from the Teams content that is in SharePoint, I have not found any supported method to other content from teams such as chats and channel conversation. Is Sharegate working on this?74 votesIn The Plans · AdminJean-Philippe Beaulieu (Voice of the User / User researcher, ShareGate) responded
We are kicking off an initiative to add support for the migration of Microsoft Teams!
After a few internal discussions, there are still some questions that can only be answered by you, the users.
So if you could comment on this thread and answer the following question, we would be very grateful for your help!
-What exactly you need to copy?
-Why would you need to copy one or multiple Teams?
-How do you envision a Teams migration feature — for example — what can you do now, can’t do, and would like to do with this new feature?
Complete migration of OneNote Notebooks49 votes
Last time we spoke to Microsoft they still had an ETA of before the end of the year.
As soon as they fixed it on their side we will adjust the behaviour of ShareGate Desktop.
Thank you for you patience with this.
During a migration, have the ability to convert Site Pages and their classic Web Parts to their Modern version (when it exists).
- If a Classic Web Part does not exist as Modern, it should not be converted.
- Custom Web Parts should be ignored.
We are planning on doing this in a near future and will keep you updated once we actually start.
Please add the MS Teams Private Channel site template to the list of templates I can run a report on.
Private Channel (MS Teams) Template ID: TEAMCHANNEL#01 voteIn The Plans · AdminJean-Philippe Beaulieu (Voice of the User / User researcher, ShareGate) responded
Even though private channels are something new, we would like to offer visibility on them to our users as soon as possible so we will add this filter soon.
- Don't see your idea?