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    2 comments  ·  Help shape the future of Box » Web App  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminKyle Adams (Admin, Box) commented  · 

    Add file_id, folder_id, and user_id as filters to Enterprise Events APIs.

    Currently, the only scalable way to filter/query enterprise events is to persist the data to a 3rd-party data store.

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    We are evaluating options to improve the findability of metadata templates as well as to restrict the scope of access to templates based on dimensions such as application, group, and folder. If you have a use case for this please leave a comment on the request with an explanation of what problem you are trying to solve and how such a change would benefit your organization.

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    1 comment  ·  Help shape the future of Box » Admin Console  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    We are currently considering how to address customers’ needs for dealing with inactive content.

    Reporting functionality for inactive content will be considered at a later date as we enable our customers to manage such content.

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    AdminKyle Adams (Admin, Box) commented  · 

    Its easy to find active or popular files through the User Activity Report, Enterprise Events API, and File Access Stats.

    However, its very difficult to identify content ROT (Redundant, Outdated, Trivial). The definition of ROT may vary for each organization. Example: For a given date range, provide a list of files that have NOT been Previewed, Downloaded, Commented upon, Copied, Moved, Locked, Unlocked, Uploaded, Shared, Add/Removed Watermarked, etc.

    Providing a mechanism to identify ROT will improve folder browsing use cases for end-user personas.

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