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Can you archive a SharePoint site? Possibly create a SharePoint Site of old SharePoint Sites? To keep all sites live/active creates congestion on the screen over time.

RE: Sharepoint

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RE: Sharepoint

Hi Colin,

Sorry for the delay in replying but I've been training and today was the first opportunity I had to confer with my colleagues.

There is no official archive procedure for sharepoint. Sites are either current or deleted.

There is an archive setting for teams. I'm in the middle of investigating exactly how that works and how it reflects on the Sharepoint settings. I will give you an update shortly.

thanks
Claire

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