Migrate SharePoint site content with Sharegate using powershell Here’s an example of how to use PowerShell to migrate content from SharePoint On-premises to Office365 or SharePoint 2016. I use PowerShell to export the On-premises lists to a csv-file, add parameters to the copy-commandlet to adjust the migration type (e.g. only changed files since last migration), also Scheduling tasks to run off peak hours. Read on :-) Step 1 - Get lists!
Updating single and multi value taxonomy fields using PnP-JS-Core Point Taken is the leading SharePoint, Office 365 and Nintex consultancy in Norway. All the devs in Point Taken are heavy users of the awesome repos provided on https://github.com/SharePoint. But even though our SharePoint dev lives have become easier we still encounter challenges and general SharePoint weirdness. This is one of those cases. A little background: one of our clients wanted an application that would copy predefined tasks into project sites based on the project type.