How can we improve ShareGate Desktop?

Batch/Bulk Import and Migration

- Ability to import a list of source-destination pairs (ex: CSV file)
- Ability to set up a batch of multiple migrations from the UI
- Connect multiple sources to a single destination (or vice-versa)

Without going to PowerShell

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  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I'm actually amazed this isn't already part of the product. Why would I pay 4K to manually drag and drop our 37000 folders one by one via an albeit pretty interface?

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Allow the creation of mapping files to match up specific site objects between a source and destination. This will allow users to save quite a bit of time in cases where multiple incremental migrations need to be performed.

    For example, allow the creation of a mapping file that will define which source list needs to be merged into which destination list during a migration.

  • M Simone commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I wanted to copy 6 libraries from an on-prem Sharepoint 2013 site and migrate them to an O365 site, but UNDER a new library I created. So I wanted all 6 libraries to copy as sub-folders under the new library name. Is their a way to do this? I tried both copy sharepoint content and copy site objects with no luck.

  • Victor commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Allow users to simply merge the content of multiple libraries into one from the UI

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