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    Marc D Anderson commented  · 

    Add on to this: it would be awesome to set these defaults based on some rules on migration.

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    Marc D Anderson commented  · 

    I've done this by doing a full export, parsing out the Source Path, and using a Pivot Table, but it's not very fun, especially when the folders are very deep – which is usually what we’re cleaning up!

    It would also be great to be able to say “Show me the counts up to n folders deep.” In my current situation, we have folders at least 16 layers deep (I know, I know!), but I’d like to see the counts at level three. Of course, I could export the report to Excel and whittle it down, but this option would make it a lot easier.

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    It would be great to have a report that shows a count of items within folders. There are many times when we end up migrating one ginormous Document Library with a bazillion folders into more sensical locations. The report would help us point out the problems and plan for volumes.

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    Marc D Anderson commented  · 

    When we're doing a Bulk Update of metadata (one of the most awesome uses of Sharegate!), sometimes we run into errors when documents are checked out. It would be great if we could do a retry of just those updates after we've checked in the docs.

    I would envision this being useful in other cases as well. Bascially, set the Filter to show the errors, go off and fix whatever the issues are (often requireing some sort of manual intervention), and then apply only the changes which have errored out.

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