To detect inactive teams or groups, ShareGate Apricot looks for user-generated activity and extracts the dates of these activities. We call this activity crawling.
We look for activity in the following workloads:
- Outlook conversations
- Delivery dates of email conversations.
- Outlook Calendar
- Creation and Last Modified dates for non-recurring events.
- Creation and Last Modified dates for recurring events.
- Last viewed dates.
- User modification dates.
- Message dates.
- Message reaction dates.
The app displays the workloads that can be crawled on the Manage page or in the team and group details.
ShareGate Apricot checks to see if the time that has elapsed since the last activity date on the workload is longer than what has been set in your Inactivity detection policy. A workload icon is displayed in color if active and appears translucent if inactive.
A team or group is considered inactive if all available workloads are inactive.
Note: An app is not displayed when the application does not have access to it or if it is not present in your team or group. For example, Teams might not be enabled on all your groups, and ShareGate Apricot cannot crawl Outlook calendars in private groups unless you are also an owner of the group.