Create Library or Folders Through PowerShell
Ability to create a standard document library or folder through PowerShell
The workaround is to use SharePointPnPPowerShellOnline module using the Resolve-PnPFolder function. Put a try/catch around the ShareGate Copy-Content command and then this will auto create the folder.
Would be really useful, especially since if you were using Copy Content via an Excel Import it would create any folders that are mapped.
Douglas Punchak commented
1. If PowerShell had a switch\property for "-CreateDestinationFolder" when doing a "Copy-To" migration, to create the destination folder path if it doesn't exist would be fantastic. I find myself having to create the folders manually first then using the PowerShell commands.
2. Alternately, if there was a "Create-Folder" command-let within ShareGate instead of needing to incorporate the SharePoint Online Management Shell that would be good too.
Wesley Kirkland commented
Adding my vote for this, it's crucial for us to have this capability.
Brandon Hall commented
We are in the process of migrating from one OneDrive for Business tenant to another. We would like to take the content from site A and copy it to Site B under a new folder in a given users documents folder.
We would like for ShareGate Desktop to create this folder for us as part of the migration
Mathieu Delisle commented
I would like to be able to create folders within Sharegate before starting a migration (right click, create folder) and then, apply permissions on it to match the source material.
Stephanie Pelland commented
During the import, being able to convert folders in lists, attached content type and do all the mappings