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Migrating from Sharepoint 2010 to SPO

I’m migrating from SharePoint 2010 to SPO and I’m really disappointed with the templating. The functionality in 2010 was far superior. I’ve found one communication and modern template that are just okay but not effective. The other templates I’ve seen do not suit setting up an end-to-end process and dont allow for applying adult learning techniques. Has anyone found a SPO template that suits designing content to structure basic business processes and satisfy ISO9001 requirements in a visually effective layout?

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Hi @GeorgeArthur-8493 ,

We understand your situation. SPMT is the migration tool officially recommended by Microsoft. You could check these official guidance articles to better migrate your SharePoint. In addition, with SPMT, you could decide the destination of the file migration by yourself, and also we can reconsider the SharePoint structure during the migration:

Overview of the SharePoint Migration Tool (SPMT)


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Thanks Elsie for replying. It’s so disappointing to go from an amazing and successful business frontend that supports multiple functions in an integrated way, to something that I wouldn’t have selected if it was available originally. I dont understand why Microsoft thinks that SPO and its feature are so good as I havent seen many examples at all of ‘good’ sites. I was looking at some design pages today that my team were reviewing and they were boring and did not stimulate the user. It’s as though Microsoft has listened to the squeaky wheel of something looking good on the outside but actually doesn’t do anything ie static versus functional. We have multiple customers to convince that SPO is going to work for them and the future. I’m not that confident it can do what is required. I’m searching to see if I can find something in SPO to convince me otherwise but havent been successful yet

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Hi @GeorgeArthur-8493 ,

Thanks for the reply. SPO actually has many advantages.

For example, you can log in to SPO on your PC or mobile device. And SPO pays great attention to security, and the content is stored directly in Microsoft's cloud. At the same time, SPO is also very cautious about the allocation and management of different users' permissions, and the resources that users with different permissions can access are also different.

In addition, SPO is combined with many Microsoft products, such as Teams, Power Automate and other very powerful Microsoft products, so you can conduct business more conveniently.

Please refer to this article for more information about SPO:
Introduction to SharePoint in Microsoft 365

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Hi @GeorgeArthur-8493 , is my suggestion helpful? I am willing to hear from you. :)

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