To find data to restore or to locate something you would like to download or share as a public link, use one of Keepit's many features to help you establish the location of this data.
Begin by selecting the connector where the data you want is located.
Sort and Filter Data
From any location, you can use the options in the Show and Sort by drop-down list to help you narrow down the data that is displayed. The list may vary depending on what data you are viewing.
Use the search to find specific files.
You can search by filename or metadata (email subject, sender email, date, data type, etc.).
Keepit identifies non-exact matches of search terms so relevant results will appear even if the terms are misspelled or incomplete. The results that most closely match your entry will appear at the top of the list.
Enable or disable the subfolder search by selecting the subfolder icon on the right side of the field. The subfolder search allows you to search all levels below the folder you are viewing.
Deleted Items View
Turn on the Deleted Items View to see all the data that ever existed on your tenant and that was backed up by our solution.
Simply select the Deleted Items View (trash can & eye) icon and deleted users, files, folders, and objects will appear in the location you are viewing. They will be easily distinguished from files currently on the tenant as they will be faded and marked with a trash can icon.
Once you locate your lost items, you can directly restore, download, or share them.
You can use the Snapshots Viewer if you want to step back in time.
Select the Snapshots Viewer icon, and then select a snapshot. You can use the slider to limit the list of snapshots shown below.
Once you have selected a snapshot, you will now be browsing this particular backup. The day and time of the snapshot will be shown above.
You can find different versions of a folder or file by selecting ••• > Versions to the right of the item. Only snapshots where the item was modified will be listed.
Select a snapshot to then browse items inside that folder from that point in time.