145 votes43 comments · ShareGate Desktop Suggestions » 05- Audit & Usage · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Tell us more · AdminJean-Philippe Beaulieu (Voice of the User / User researcher, ShareGate) responded
With the different options already offered by Microsoft (Popularity and Usage reporting, Site health, etc.), we are wondering if the need of usage reporting in ShareGate is still relevant?
-Are there any scenarios where the options offered by Microsoft don’t help?
-How would the info gathered through this type of reporting would help?
Let us know how you think this would help so we can build the solution to fit your needs.
Most viewed files at the subsite level (not having to address the entire site collection which often times the audit log out) would be very helpful.
41 votes17 comments · ShareGate Desktop Suggestions » 05- Audit & Usage · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Due to the nature of the audit report, running it on a subsite or any other level still mean to run it on the whole site collection. We dont feel like offering a scope would grand any additional value.
We use the audit report to look for trends - not to track specific users. We want to eliminate docs and lists that are not being viewed. Running the audit report against large subsites, it regularly times out. It would be VERY HELPFUL to be able to run the Audit report against subsites.
It would add additional value because when running against a large Site Collections with 30 day time frame, All User and, Document Opening/Viewing - This report will regularly time out.
Can you suggest a means to run the audit log against large site collections?
48 votes7 comments · ShareGate Desktop Suggestions » 17- Settings, Licensing & Other · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Myself and two other analysts in my group use ShareGate. We all experience the following. When upgrading and/or installing from scratch, the ShareGet applications gets installed in %localappdata% but DOZENS of files get dumped into the C:\ folder and left there. I'm assuming the installer unzips into c:\ and then does not or cannot remove the files after the install is complete.