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    2 comments  ·  ShareGate Apricot Suggestions » 05- Groups  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    M Simone commented  · 

    Continue to work on segregating all the O365 Group components (PLANNERS, TEAMS, YAMMER Groups) and whatever else MSFT ties to O365 Groups inside the tool as filters. It's becoming extremely difficult to manage all of these different types of content today.

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    Add the option to modify the classification label in O365 groups on your reporting and Explorer views.

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    M Simone commented  · 

    Add the ability to filter only MS TEAMS in the gui, similar to how you added O365 Groups.
    While each MS TEAM gets an O365 Group behind it, It's difficult to still track just MS TEAMS vs Groups.

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    M Simone commented  · 

    For a very large library (200K+ items) not having the ability to run an incremental export is terrible, as in a lot of cases we have seen the connection fail in the middle, or the machine where it is running reboots. The fact that it has to start from the beginning each time is extremely limiting.
    In our case we were trying to export from an O365 SharePoint library to an AWS S3 bucket.

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    Hi everyone,

    Since ShareGate Desktop now allow us to automatically export migration reports (and other reports) when a task is done to a SharePoint library, you may easily setup a Microsoft Flow or workflow to notify you when a task is over. If you need some inspiration, I wrote a blog post on how users can leverage Microsoft Flow to share reports by email: https://sharegate.com/blog/use-microsoft-flow-automatically-send-sharegate-desktop-reports

    It’s not a native way to get notified, but a nice workaround you could use until we add official email notifications (if we do at some point).

    Cheers,

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    M Simone commented  · 

    While the log file for a migration is very good, it would be great if there was an option to get an alert or notification via email of the skipped or error items from a migration. Especially when run through a PS script. We have been finding lots of missing items after the fact, that we have to go back and recopy. In most of these cases we are talking about large sites (5GB+), so it's hard to check the logs when we are batching lots of them together. We have been migrating from our on-premise SP 2010 and SP 2013 farms to O365 and this would be an awesome feature to have. The ability to select what type of items to alert on would be nice too so we have the option of selecting "skipped", "error", etc..
    Feedback sent from the Migration view.

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    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.

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