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    7 comments  ·  ShareGate Desktop Suggestions » 07- Explorer  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    1 comment  ·  ShareGate Desktop Suggestions » 04- Reporting  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Having a report to show users who are explicitly added to a list or Document Library or site would be helpful to know where people might be placing their "people" or where we might need to retrain people. We put people into Security Groups / AD Groups or into SharePoint Groups and it would be helpful to know if Matt Carter has been put into a List OUTSIDE of a group and so when Governance says "people go into groups" and people are NOT in that; I can search though my sites and find then and either move them in or request that the site owners move them into a group.
    This might be a 2.0 thing; however often we have Read / Edit (or Contribute) and if there is a way to say Jane, Jim, Joe, Chris are in Read and Betty is in Edit, we found some corresponding groups "HR Editors" and "HR Viewers" and you can put them in there; that would be a great "OPTION" that I can take "after" the fact. It would not be automatic; UNLESS you chose or; and you can have a checkbox to say "do so" or a different one that say "we found this, want to take action?"
    Thank you!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I would like to share with my colleages an audit report of items they can "track" for how many times people have viewed or opened a document, however i have to go in and remove the SharePoint Search / Crawl account. I wonder if there is a way to have it EXCLUDE that. I know I can do so afterwards, but hey, I am asking for a lot! :)

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  6. 33 votes

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Discussion boards are not able to be copied over in insane mode. Continue | Cancel
    Can we have "OK and do not show any more during this session" as a possiblity? I am copying over 9K items and 3K site objects and it is taking a long time as I have to continue to click on that. i KNOW you have the option to NOT have interactive mode. I would like to see SOME errors and try to fix them. I just like the "don't show again" during this session, checkbox IF possible as an enhancement request!? :) Thank you!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I don't know if I reported this. I am doing a List that has a Workflow report and I wonder if there is a way to show if it's a 2013 or 2010 workflow? I do love that I can give my developer the listing "these are our workflows" :)

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    LP Lavoie responded

    We understand this need, but seeing as it is fairly trivial to do in SharePoint Management Shell, for the time being we’re concentrating our efforts on more complex scenarios that have no easy alternative.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    OK, sorry if I have asked! Can I get a report to save in the Reporting - "New Report" that is for Auditing? I'd love to have an audit for "site visits" for my Finance, or HR or IT site and save it so I can run it if people ask for me. I don't know if that is already there! Also I love this feedback as it allows me to get my questions answered and or HELP YOU OUT! :) Happy and somber Remembrance Day

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