The ShareGate Apricot Dashboard allows you to maintain your governance plan at a glance.
You can review the status of your Microsoft 365 Groups and find actionable tasks you can complete to keep your environment safe and organized.
The section at the top of the left column gives you a summary of your groups' activity for the last 10 days. You can see how many instances of the following types of activity occurred below:
- Archived groups
- Kept groups
- Deleted groups
- Newly-created groups
- Newly-categorized groups
Tip: Click on one of the activity types to open the Activity page with that activity type filtered.
External sharing review
The section at the bottom of the left column gives you a summary of your last external sharing review. You can find how many instances of the following activity types were found during your last review:
- External shares reviewed
- External shares deleted
- Entrusted groups reviewed
- Groups reviewed and now secure
Tip: To look at the details of your external sharing review click on See more details at the bottom. This will open the Activity page with all the external sharing activity related to your last external sharing review.
Your to-do list will let you know when certain items should be addressed in your environment.
Cards are added to your to-do list whenever an actionable item is found in your environment. The cards you can get are the following:
- Entrust group owners
- Take action on X inactive groups
- Assign owners to X orphaned groups
- X unanswered inactive groups
- Set your external sharing policy
- Set a threshold for inactivity
- Know why groups are created
- X unanswered groups without purpose
- Resolve sensitivity mismatches
- Set-up Group Sensitivity
- Apply the right governance
Clicking on a card will bring you in the appropriate section of the app, with filters applied (when applicable) so you can quickly address that to-do item.
Note: You could see a discrepancy between the number of inactive groups and the number on the Take action on x inactive groups card. This is because the card to take action on inactive groups will only consider groups that do not have an entrusted owner.