Something New

Posted by Jim on September 16, 2017
O365, Office 365, SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2016

SOMETHING NEW ….: SharePoint Broken Link Manager

Something new that hit the market a year or so ago is this new tool for supporting broken links . I mean who hasn’t got the call from the Vice Presidents office about links that don’t work? Why does this keep happening?

Well beyond durable links of 2016 there is a real need to have a tool to keep these links working and viable for the system.Broken Link Manager for SharePoint and Office 365.

I honestly think this toolkit is a really great way to support broken links and it’s available in all version. The product will build a report on all links found in your SharePoint Sites, and provide ability to auto-correct these links from within the tool. Perfect for after moving a site, list or library and after a SharePoint migration.

If you have broken links in SharePoint on-premise or SharePoint Online and need to ‘automatically’ convert them to use Document IDs or valid links, then you can use this tool to do just that.

Here is a sample report that can be generated by this tool to help manage and oversee broken links by site over time:

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