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46 votesTell us more · Jean-Philippe Beaulieu responded
I’m curious to hear more from you about this one.
-What kind of information would you like to see in such a site map?
-What format you’d like it to be?
-What would you do with it? Who would you show it to?
Thanks for your help!
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As much as we hear your need, this is not currently on our road map. We will revisit it eventually.
I would like to have it represented visually like an Org Chart (an "Information Architecture chart" or visual site map, though), similar to what we can do with examples like this using PowerShell/Visio: http://iedaddy.com/2011/11/sharepoint-information-architecture-diagram-using-powershell-and-visio/ - but automated, so we can run/view real time/when needed.
I would request it be initially visible at whatever level you enter to start on (the initial page just requesting the web address) with expand/click through to view levels above and below what is returned.
In each box or chart cell, I'd want it to have the title (of the web app, tenant, collection or web level's website) and URL, and the URL be a clickable link (to go to the website).
If it's too much to display a level with everything under it (to the web object) the cell could have Expand Children to expand next-level child objects under it. A count of the number of objects under each cell that would display near the expand links would be nice.
If possible, would like to be able to grant people who are not collection admins or site owners (but maybe users) access to view the entire reports - so if there's an overall manager or CIO, director, of everything web, for instance, and they want to see if something already exists for their location, they could be granted access to run the report/view it. Understandably, all the links to the websites would not work for everyone as only those with permission would be able to open them.
Would want to be able to have a way to save off a pdf org-chart of a fully expanded tenant/web app with all collections, and to save off a collection showing all subwebs.