Learn how to get all lists and libraries with two PowerShell scripts to understand what is going on in your SharePoint tenant.
When migrating our SharePoint to SharePoint Online, it can be really hard to separate the wheat from the chaff. SharePoint Site usage helps you find, what is actually used in your current farm. SharePoint farms grow by new projects and with the change of structures. If you want to have an overview, it is every time a good idea, to get rid of old stuff.
SharePoint sites are created very fast. With a few clicks, admins and users can create dozens of sites and subsites. Since it is so easy to create sites, we as admins should have an overview, what is going on at our SharePoint environment. I wrote scripts for this purpose to get all sites and subsites of your SharePoint, so you can trim your SharePoint to your business needs. You will find a script for SharePoint Server and SharePoint Online.
When you administer the SharePoint, you might need access to all sites. I have provided a collection of PowerShell scripts, so you can access all sites after running a script