Preserve List Items ID's36 votes
Customize the location of Logs / Data cache / Migration Reports / etc.
- To avoid disk full on C:
- For backup purposes
- To use a central location for sharing36 votes
Pull reports on duplicated files or documents. Clean them after.36 votes
-list user alerts filtered by site or by user, showing which object/list is targeted
-show me where "user X" has alerts
-show me which users have alerts within "site A"
- Remove alerts for orphaned users35 votes
Option to receive automatic email notifications
- When a task is done
- Migration status
> - Completion (with details)
> - Errors / Warnings / Skipped items34 votes
Please add the option of running an inventory from Powershell.32 votes
Audit report: We should be able to run reports based on sub-site, not just at the site collection level. Because this is a busy site, it can't handle all the views32 votes
Complete migration of OneNote Notebooks32 votesAdminJordan Rowe (Admin, ShareGate) responded
It seems to be more complicated than we thought and had to push this back in our priorities for our roadmap.
We’ll come back to it if this becomes a priority again and if we’re able to determine a solution for it.
It would be awesome if you had a function in the UI that allowed me to set up a migration, and then generate the corresponding PowerShell (save me the time of figuring how to encode all of my options).31 votes
As it stand, the Reporting feature only supports the "And" logic when adding filters to a report. This is a request to have the option to use the "Or" logic when having multiple filters.31 votes
We know it’s been two years since the last update to this suggestion, so it feels like we need to update it.
We still would like to do it, but the effort investment is quite large and we feel like it is better put in working toward a tool that is better suited to support the modern workplace than to improve our current reporting tooling which works quite well.
We do keep this initiative close as we still want to do it eventually, not just in a near future.
- Ability to review the frequency and settings for sending emails to site owners
- Customization of the sender : Not firstname.lastname@example.org, but the IT admins names or the company name
- Ability to personalize the emails sent to site owners : Modify language, add personalized elements30 votes
We are currently working on a new and improved version of the Insights feature we had in Sharegate Desktop. We are analyzing the feedback we received from all of you guys, and more particularly the suggestions we collected on the email notifications that were sent to site owners. We still want our web app to contact your owners through emails to ask them if their unused groups or sites are to be kept or archived, but we are questioning ourselves on the sender of the email. The emails Sharegate was sending were coming from one of our internal email accounts, called Sharegate Notification email@example.com. By reading your feedback, we understood that owners did not know Sharegate, causing them to be reluctant to answer the emails. Most of them also generated support calls to your IT team to make sure the emails were safe to open and not phishing attempts.
In an effort to overcome this issue and build the owner’s confidence on the legitimacy of the email notifications, we came up with 2 ideas and we want your input. What option would you rather have?
1. We keep the email’s sender as is firstname.lastname@example.org, but we allow you to modify its Name and the ReplyTo field. For example, it could look like this: From: Contoso IT Team email@example.com, ReplyTo: IT@contoso.com. That way, the owner receiving the email would see the name you’ve chosen, feel secure in taking action on it or would be able to reply directly to you in case of questions. The downside of this option, however, is that owners will be able to see Sharegate’s noreply email address if they look into the details of the sender.
2. We send the notifications using an account from your domain. That way, the owners would know the email is trusted as it would appear to be from an internal email address. However, Sharegate would need the rights to send emails on behalf of the account you’ve chosen.
We welcome any comments and/or questions on the options above as well as any other way we could build owners’ trust in Sharegate’s notifications.
Thank you very much for your time and consideration. Cheers!
We are currently working on a new and improved version of the Insights feature we had in Sharegate Desktop. We are analyzing the feedback we received from all of you guys, and more particularly the suggestions we collected on the email notifications that were sent to site owners. We still want our web app to contact your owners through emails to ask them if their unused groups or sites are to be kept or archived, but we are questioning ourselves on the sender of the email. The emails Sharegate was sending were coming from one of our internal email accounts, called Sharegate Notification firstname.lastname@example.org. By reading your feedback, we understood that owners did not know Sharegate, causing them to be reluctant to answer the emails. Most of them also generated support calls to your IT team to make sure the emails were safe to open and not…
To have the ability to migration video files when Microsoft Stream replaces Office 365 Video Portal30 votes
- run reports on managed metadata
- Term/Termset usage report
- create a report which can tell us which documents do not have metadata attached to it28 votes
would be really good if your product created a site map of all site collections and sub sites across the farm in a visual diagram that could be saved as an image or pdf28 votes
As mentioned previously, this is not on our roadmap for the time being.
I just wanted to mention that there is a quick workaround which is to export the folders and documents from Dropbox to a file system and then import them into SharePoint using Sharegate with the Import from File Share option.
For more info on the import option: https://support-desktop.sharegate.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000640588-Walkthrough-Import-from-File-Share
- 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 PowerShell26 votes
Remove all users in a site collection without going to each sub-site and removing them from security groups.
I have over 700 users that need to be removed in multiple sub-sites and various security groups. It would take me forever to remove them if I have to add their names individually.
Being able to select many users at a time in the search section for features like “remove permissions”. For now you have to search for one user, add it, search for another one, add it, etc.26 votes
It would be nice if reports could pull emails instead of just names. I know some reports can, but not all.
- Audit Report
- Permission Matrix Report
- Built-In reports
Email address linked to the user.
ID also for pre-build reports23 votes
Thanks for using Sharegate!
We haven’t added email fields inside all our reports yet, but that’s a relevant idea! In fact, we’ve planned to add it to all our pre-build reports, audit report and we need to think the design for adding it inside the Permission Matrix Report (nice challenge!!).
I don’t have an ETA from the team, but I’ll definitely update the status when we’re going to start the implementation.
If you have any other questions, just let me know and I’ll be happy to help. And have a fantastic day!
File migration jobs have a default name that cannot be changed. This creates lots of jobs with (near) identical names making it nearly impossible to determine which job is which task.
Make that option available in the UI and for Powershell jobs22 votes
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