3 votes0 comments · ShareGate Desktop Suggestions » 09- Tasks, Migration reports & Scheduled tasks · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
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Within the Sharegate GUI, ability to view All Tasks regardless of who is logged in.
Example: User A performs a migration, User B is unable to see the results of the migration if User A is not logged in.
We feel like our migration experience is quite good right now and we don’t plan on doing custom rules and filters for now.
Some of those can already be done using PowerShell, SharePoint views and other means.
We will eventually reevaluate this once we advance further in our roadmap.
It would be good to have an -exclude option for Copy-Content.
With SharePoint migrations, in some instances the target environment has some pages already created, and should not be overwritten from the source environment (they are pre-configured).
In the above example, you could have a page library (20 items), but you only ever want to migrate 19 of them.
After thinking about it, we have decided to decline this suggestion.
This is not currently on our road map since the effort required by our development team would be really high and we prefer to put this effort on other thing, like a better support of the modern workplace.
Thank you for your suggestion
14 votes2 comments · ShareGate Desktop Suggestions » 17- Settings, Licensing & Other · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Login per user would be good
17 votes11 comments · ShareGate Desktop Suggestions » 09- Tasks, Migration reports & Scheduled tasks · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
When you perform a migration via PowerShell, you can output the sessionid. As every migration is a new sessionid, it would be good to be able to search for the sessionid (session in the migration tool) within the migration reports.