Flag O365 groups that have no members (and owners - if that's the case) and help us simplify the clean up process.
- From the Assistant or some kind of report34 votes
The ability to sort / search the activity list. I want to see every deleted activity.
- Sort by deleted, created, entrusted, date, time
- General search by group name, owner name, type of activity.7 votes
With our latest release, we’ve added filters to help you find out the right information you’re looking for.
You’re now able to filter by activity type, by date range and user.
Please do not hesitate to comment to let us know how you find it and if you have any suggestions for improvements.
I'd like to be able to modify group owners/members directly in ShareGate Apricot.
For example, add and remove owners/members.7 votes
Starting today, it is now possible to modify the group owners and members of any group.
All you have to do is open the group details and take action within the membership area.
Resurface groups that have no owners and display it in the app
- In the Assistant or Groups page6 votes
Ability to clearly identify the groups that no longer have any valid owners left, and to prompt for us to entrust someone else.6 votes
With ShareGate Apricot, we are now able to flag orphaned groups within your environment and see owners that are deactivated or unlicensed.
It would be great if we could see the size of the data and/or total number of documents rolled into a column in the summary. So when reviewing the archive if the site was empty I can remove those without having to click each item individually to see the details to determine if they should be removed or not
Important columns to add:
- Content size or number of items archived in the group
- Workloads used4 votes
In our latest release, we’ve added the size for each archive as well as who decided to archive the group.
Please do not hesitate to continue commenting on this suggestion if more visibility is needed.
Link to SharePoint site in the Groups page4 votes
This has been released in production.
A clickable link to the SP site is now available at the top of the group details page.
In the Archive page, we should be able to see within the list and the details of archived items the person that decided to archive the group.
- Group owner(s) and/or IT admin(s)3 votes
In Archive, it is now possible to see who decided to archive the group from the list of Archived groups.
Admins should always have the right to override owners’ decisions.2 votes
In our latest release, we’ve added the possibility to archive manually any Office 365 groups for admins.
This way, if an owner decides to keep a group, you can always override their decision if needed :).
Having the ability to manually initiate an archival would be really useful.1 vote
It is now possible to manually archive any Office 365 group within ShareGate Apricot.
Clearly identify the buttons in the Archive page; for instance, the Copy to OneDrive for Business button.
- By adding a tooltip, a description or anything else1 vote
This will included at our official release coming soon!
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