I was going through the comments in this thread and clearly understood your desire of visibility over user alerts (who created them, type of alerts, etc.) but I am curious to hear how the info would be used, how you would consume the info and most importantly, do you also feel the need to take any kind of actions over the alerts?
I hope I’ll hear from you soon!
An error occurred while saving the commentOliver Burtscher commented
An example that we are facing to right now: There's a library with lots of documents. It's the library with the most user Alerts (hundreds). We now should delete old, outdated documents from that library. If I did this without further thinking, an alert for EVERY deleted document might be sent to HUNDREDS of users, as most of them probably set "All changes".
I I could disable alerts temporarily for this library (or, at least, for the hole site), till I have deleted the documents, this would be very very helpful. I am aware I can disable alerts with powershell, but this isn't what I want.
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