Currently there is no way to know which file was copied/moved in Box Events API. It is only possible to see the destination file name and location, and only if the file was copied/moved within one Box instance. This presents a major challenge for customers who want to build custom programs that monitor copy/move activity both inside and outside their Box instances.33 votesgathering feedback · 1 comment · Core & Technical Infrastructure · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Right now you can see WHEN a user changed the value of a shared link (closed to open for example) but not to what, so if a link was changed, we have to guess as to what level of access. This seems like a gap security wise and may lead to us shutting down shared links.12 votes
We are still looking to understand what sort of information customers would like to see in the Usage Logs regarding Shared Link Permissions.
Leaving status unchanged as we continue to gather feedback.
They are open to, similar to the KeySafe concept, having a way to plug Box search into their own index.8 votesgathering feedback · 1 comment · Core & Technical Infrastructure · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Metadata templates are currently global across an entire EID. This does not scale well for large organizations with 50,000, 100,000 or more than 200,000 users.
This request is to add 'scope' parameters to Metadata Templates such that a specific template can be restricted to...
1. A specific set of users
2. A specific set of Groups
3. A specific Folder structure39 votesgathering feedback · 1 comment · Core & Technical Infrastructure · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We would like to be able to add more than 15,000 items per folder. We are working with multi-level folders structures within our environment and anticipate having more than 15,000 items within the first level of their subfolders.6 votes
Greetings! We are intersted in use cases that require these limitations and why subfolders are not a viable option. Comments are welcome!
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