What’s New – 5.0 June 2015 Along with its cool new official name, SPDocKit 5 brings awesome new features such as the live Permissions Explorer, Permissions Management, and Rules and Queries. New useful Cleanup and Content Usage reports have been added - there's no doubt you will love them. Many other minor improvements were made as well. Check out all novelties in the news below and enjoy the new and improved SPDocKit 5. Download SPDocKit Get started in under 2 minutes! A new name - SPDocKit5.0Permissions Management5.0Explore SharePoint Permissions5.0Hierarchical Permissions5.0Queries and Rules5.0Permissions Cleanup Reports5.0 A new name - SPDocKit5.0 SPDocKit, the popular nickname for Documentation Toolkit for SharePoint, is now the tools’ official new name. With a new name comes a new look, so fresh skin colors and icon set are added. Permissions Management5.0 Now you can edit, clone, transfer and remove permissions, move or copy permissions to groups, remove users or groups directly from SPDocKit in just a few clicks. Nothing is impossible! The Permissions Wizard allows you to break or restore inheritance and manage groups or individual members. You can also use it to manage site collections – remove unwanted principals, create, edit or remove permissions levels and add or remove site administrators. Explore SharePoint Permissions5.0 With SPDocKit, keep the Permissions history and detect changes in permissions from different periods. When loading permissions, choose whether to load them for all list items on your farm or just the ones with unique permissions. Besides history data, review permissions in real time, without loading them. Hierarchical Permissions5.0 With the growth of a SharePoint site over time, organizing permissions can become quite difficult. The hierarchical permissions reports give a detailed overview of tree and leaf connections so you can reduce clutter. Check out the Site Collection, subsite, and list hierarchy. Queries and Rules5.0 The new Queries and Rules feature allows you to enforce governance policies by creating and implementing SharePoint rules yourself. You can define manual or automatic procedures that allow you to manage content settings and create custom reports. To check your rules’ efficiency you can now run custom queries and email the results. You can also track all the changes made by rules and queries in the history log. Permissions Cleanup Reports5.0 Over time, even the best-organized SharePoint portal can turn into an unmanageable pile of documents and data. Knowing which principals have which permissions and which users are orphaned or have no permissions can take hours and hours of work. With the permissions cleanup reports, this job is done accurately in a matter of minutes. By using this feature, you will save time not just because it is so easy to use but also because it lends some extra powers beyond the built-in SharePoint managing capabilities.