165 votesNot For Now · 45 comments · ShareGate migration tool Suggestions » 05- Audit & Usage · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
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In our enterprise, the support of site collections is divided by regional IT organizations. We don't have admin or server access. It would help to be able to see the usage of the ~150 site collections we manage without having to visit each one and run the popularity trends report.
27 votes11 comments · ShareGate migration tool Suggestions » 04- Reporting · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →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.Anonymous supported this idea ·
6 votes1 comment · ShareGate migration tool Suggestions » 09- Tasks, Migration reports & Scheduled tasks · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Anonymous shared this idea ·
54 votes20 comments · ShareGate migration tool Suggestions » 04- Reporting · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
I was going through the comments in this thread and clearly understood your desire of visibility over user alerts (who created them, type of alerts, etc.) but I am curious to hear how the info would be used, how you would consume the info and most importantly, do you also feel the need to take any kind of actions over the alerts?
I hope I’ll hear from you soon!