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
We can acheive something similar to this when importing from network file shares but we cannot bulk migrate content from multiple source SharePoint libraries when using the the Import metadat feature. We need the ability to import a metadata spreadsheet with multiple SP source libraries and migrate to multiple mpped destinations. This will truely make the tool the ultimate solution. For years now, we can only do this library by library :(
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?
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.
Dany Lavertu commented
Be able to import to several locations using only one Excel metadata sheet
It would be useful for the less PowerShell literate users to have a UI method of completing multiple source FileShare Folders to Multiple OneDrives directly from a UI option/panel.
Basically a UI option to replace this:
M Simone commented
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.
Allow users to simply merge the content of multiple libraries into one from the UI