A web part is used by SharePoint users to build up their web page in a visually appealing way that fits the needs of them and their teams. Microsoft has recently introduced a new experience for users with a more modern, streamlined look. The web parts associated to the new experience are listed here.
List of Supported Web Parts
When migrating your environments using ShareGate Desktop, you can be assured that the following Web Parts associated to Microsoft's new experience are fully supported and will be maintained in the destination of the migration. Check back, since we'll add more.
|Embedded||Embed content from other sites.|
|Bing Map||Displays a location on a map.|
|Adds a document library or list.|
|Events||Displays upcoming events.|
|News||Displays recent news.|
|Quick Chart||Shows data in a bar or pie chart.|
|Quick Links*||Allows you to pin items to your page for quick and easy access.|
|Site Activity||Shows recent site activity.|
|People||Shows the information for people in your organization.|
|Image||Inserts an image into your page.|
|Hero||Display up to five central items with images, text, and links.|
|File Viewer||Inserts a file into your page.|
|People||Shows people's profiles on your page.|
|Embed||Display content on your site from any source that allows embedding (like YouTube).|
|Office 365 Video||Display a video that is managed in the Office 365 Video portal on your site.|
|Power BI||Embed interactive Power BI reports in SharePoint Online pages.|
|Microsoft Forms||Add a form or form results to your SharePoint Online page.|
|Image Gallery||Share collections of pictures on a page.|
|Highlighted Content||Dynamically display content from a document library, a site, a site collection, or all sites.|
|Stream||Adds a Microsoft Stream video to your site.|
|Group Calendar||Display calendars from Office 365 groups.|
*Quick Links is not supported in SharePoint 2019.
Any web parts not listed will be created as-is in your destination.
When migrating, there is always a possibility that you need to adjust your web parts manually at the destination due to constraints or limitations (such as migrating to a new tenant, or a missing app that is required to support the web part). If this occurs, there will be a warning or error in your migration report as indication.