Export metadata and import and copy

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    Asad Yousaf

    I am trying to import different versions with ShareGate. 
    If I read this documentation the naming convention should be as follows: Filename.[version number].extension

    But the shown examples are wrong: For example, the version 1.0 of the file "SomeFileName.txt" should be saved as "SomeFileName0.1.txt". 

     

    In this example there is missing one point before the versionnumber.

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    Alex

    Hello Yousaf, A.U.

    That was definitely an oversight on our part, and it has been corrected!

    Thanks for keeping our articles honest ;)

    Best!

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    Ng, Andy (VIC)

    Hello,

    My ShareGate Ver 7.4.3.0 does not have Import and Copy function. is this because of my version?

    Regards,

    Andy

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    Alex

    Hello Andy! Yes, we introduced the feature later. We recommend updating if you can!

    Updating gets you new features at no extra cost. ShareGate Desktop releases some game-changing features with each major version, as well as bug fixes. 

    We recommend you follow our Releases section to get notified each time we put out a new version or patch!

    Thank you! 

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    Ng, Andy (VIC)

    Thanks, Alex.

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    Marcel Mosch

    hi there,

    So if I just want to update metadata, and not move any data; I use the above method with Source and destination being the same?

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    Tharindu Lakshitha

    Hi There,

     

    I'm doing a One Drive for Business Migration on one of my client. So as per the part of the migration i will be need to migrate meta data. In this instance i will be doing only selected folder migrating from One Tenant to Another Tenant (Both SharePoint Online). So i have 1000 odd users to migrate from. Since exporting data manually from ui and importing is a hectic work i have decided to use PowerShell for this since i can later automate the same. I know there is a way to import metadata excel from Copy-Content PowerShell command. But is there way to Export these metadata by PowerShell iteself? Please respond soon.

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    Ryan McConville

    I'm looking to add metadata to existing documents in a SharePoint Online library, rather than import or copy documents. I don't need/want to overwrite the documents, just append them with metadata from an Excel sheet (similar to the Import from Fileshare process).

    Is it possible to do this with ShareGate 11.0.5 ?

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    Alex

    We're so glad to see the engagement on this article! Since it is the Technical Documentation team that responds to article comments, it's always best to open a ticket with Support when you need quick answers to questions related to your particular case. 

    Thanks for your comments!

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