Get a comprehensive list of all the events that happened in your environments.
You have gone through the steps to Activate Auditing.
You have accessed Reporting through the menu.
When you run an Audit Report, the following will occur:
Sharegate creates a document library
Sharegate will create a document library in your site collection so that it can store the audit files generated by SharePoint.
After being analyzed by Sharegate, the files are deleted and this library will be empty so it doesn't affect your environment.
Note for SharePoint 2010 environments: Sharegate will need to activate the built-in Reporting feature of SharePoint so that it can generate audit files. This feature does not need to be activated in the other versions of SharePoint in order for Sharegate to generate an audit report.
From this screen, you can select the target location or item of the Audit Report.
Select one or multiple targets, and click Next.
You will now see the Audit Report page.
This table displays the targets of the Audit Report. Please use this information to confirm that you are running the report in the right location(s).
Select the users, the time range, and the event you would like to audit.
Users: Select All Users or Specific Users. If you select Specific users, begin typing the user's name, and select from the dropdown.
Date: Select Last week, Last 30 days, Last 6 months, or input a Custom range.
Events: Select All Events or Specific Events.
You will now see your results page (any warnings or errors, if applicable, will appear on a separate tab).
Note: In Office 365, there might be some events that are considered as "Unknown". These events are not yet supported by Sharegate. If you ever encounter one of them, you can follow this procedure to view the event the way it is displayed in Sharepoint.