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New Enhancements for SharePoint Online Migrations

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by Andrew Morse

Great news! Partners using MigrationWiz to migrate SharePoint Online data between tenants now have a faster, higher fidelity experience and a dedicated license option for these projects.

For years, MigrationWiz has been the tool of choice for migrating mail, documents, teams, and other workloads into the cloud. Document migrations are nothing new – they’re an essential part of any data migration project. Our latest release focuses on enhancements that support one of the most important aspects of Microsoft 365 tenant-to-tenant migration scenarios: SharePoint Online document libraries.

Check out these major improvements:

Enhanced API

  • Faster SharePoint Online to SharePoint Online migrations
  • Migrate documents and permissions at the same time
  • App-based authentication
  • Latest migration connecter dramatically reduces throttling


Migration of versions and metadata

  • Up to 25 versions of each document can be migrated
  • Advanced option to customise the number of versions
  • Default (created by, modified by, etc.) and custom metadata at the document library level

New Shared Document license

The new Shared Documents license supports migrations from SharePoint Online to SharePoint Online for a low price of $25.00 USD per document library with a 50GB limit per license. This license will include all of the new enhancements mentioned above and will soon include other sources in the coming months.

To take advantage of the new Shared Document license for a SharePoint migration, purchase here.

Learn more about migrating your customers to SharePoint!

BitTitan is a Microsoft Certified Gold partner and domain expert with years of experience in all kinds of migration scenarios within Microsoft 365 and Exchange. MigrationWiz is your automated pathway to Microsoft 365, enabling you to onboard customers to their new environment faster and more efficiently than they previously imagined.

To learn more about SharePoint-to-SharePoint migrations and to access the migration guide, visit our

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