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Organize SharePoint content to match your needs. ShareGate software for Microsoft 365 makes it easy. Streamline the best user experience, increase adoption and collaboration. High fives all around.
Reorganize SharePoint content in your tenant
Organize end users’ content in a way that makes sense for how they work, how they are organized and how your organization operates. A SharePoint content management system that works the way you do.
Next level collaboration in Microsoft 365
Modernize your SharePoint online architecture by promoting subsites to top-level sites in a few clicks to enable modern workloads like Microsoft Teams.
We make managing your SharePoint content easy
SharePoint is a great collaboration tool for document management and storage—but the more you use it, the more cluttered it becomes. ShareGate is a document management solution that works for you, and makes it easy.
- Move, edit, and restructure SharePoint and Microsoft 365 content
- Modernize your site architecture for your digital workspace
- Move as much content as you want with unlimited migrations
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keep it clean
Plenty of ways to keep SharePoint organized
Drag and drop
Move anything anywhere—including lists, libraries, workflows, sites, and more—and merge sites without losing data.
Bulk edit SharePoint content
Reorganize and restructure your SharePoint content and save time by managing and editing permissions, metadata and file structure in bulk.
Prep your environment for Microsoft Teams
Shift your site architecture from top-down to flat to enable powerful collaboration tools like Microsoft Teams in a couple of clicks.
Migrate while people work
ShareGate's incremental copy feature monitors your old environment and migrates only what’s changed since your last migration.
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- Convert SharePoint from classic to modern
- Go from top-down infrastructure to flat
- Attach sites to Microsoft 365 Groups or Teams
- Manage SharePoint content with no server installation required
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SharePoint content management FAQ
Modernizing is crucial if you want to get the most out of Microsoft 365. Once you’ve made the move, go one step further: Move from classic to modern SharePoint; flatten site architecture and get rid of subsites; and connect modern team sites to Microsoft 365 groups and teams. Taking the time to modernize your environment will make it much easier to work with Microsoft 365 collaboration tools like Teams, move things around as your organization evolves, and keep pace with the changing workplace.
Get up to speed on key characteristics of Microsoft’s modern workplace.
In classic SharePoint, we called every top-level site a site collection. And then you had subsites, with inherited navigation, permissions, and site designs, nested underneath that.
With modern SharePoint, every site you create is its own site collection (now referred to as simply a “site”). All the sites sit next to one another as top-level sites—no more subsites—so that your physical intranet structure is flat.
To take full advantage of Microsoft’s productivity suite, you’re going to have to go from classic to modern SharePoint. And to go modern, you’re going to need to go from a top-down environment to one that is flat.
Learn more about the differences between classic and modern SharePoint.
The best practice for organizing information in SharePoint is to keep your architecture flat. By adopting a flat topology, it’s easier to move things around as your organization continues to evolve.
Learn more about the benefits of creating a flat site structure.
Yes! When it comes to organizing your content, SharePoint can help users keep track of documents and files, and collaborate.
Check out how to master content management with SharePoint.
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