About the Migrations tab
We are thrilled to have you here.
Because you're an APSIS Pro user becoming an APSIS One user, we offer you the possibility of importing all the data gathered with our previous platform into APSIS One.
Here in this part of APSIS One you can manage all your past and ongoing migrations, as well as see reports to assess how many profiles are coming in to your account.
Continue reading this article for more information on what you can do in this tab.
To access the Migrations tab anytime in the platform, head over to Account Settings and click Migrations on the left side menu.
Your migrations will be shown in a list, with columns that show the name of your migration and the section it corresponds with.
Here's the data shown in the columns:
Pro Account: The APSIS Pro account this migration is currently running on.
Section: The section you chose to migrate data into.
Profiles: The number of profiles created or updated so far in this migration.
Type: Whether it's a one-time or ongoing migration.
Status: For ongoing migrations, you will be able to see when the migration is active or paused.
Last updated: This is the date the migration last fed APSIS Pro data into your APSIS One account.
Next migration: For ongoing migrations, you will see the date the migration is scheduled to run again.
Add a New Migration
To start a new migration, click Add New Migration and follow the steps described in New Migration.
Pause an Ongoing Migration
1. Select a migration from the list.
2. The Bottom bar will appear. Click Pause.
Your migration is now paused.
Activate a Paused Migration
1. Select a paused migration from the list.
2. The Bottom bar will appear. Click Activate.
3. Your migration will reactivate with the setup you completed for this migration. For more information, see New Migration.
To see a report, first click on a migration from the list. On the Bottom bar, you'll see the following options. To download a report as a text file, click Download report.
Otherwise, choose Report to see the latest statistics inside APSIS One.