You can achieve this with power automate like:
Use Scheduled flow
Retrieve SharePoint document library items for the current day (maybe using Send HTTP request to SharePoint action & filter query)
Check the department column in loop
Send consolidated email as per your requirements using outlook/mail connector
This will require some complex logic for ...
Please perform the following troubleshooting:
1.Check if set the Column Validation for some columns.
For example: I set the following Column Validation in the Test field
2.Check if some columns enable "Enforce unique values" feature.
3.Check this document is checked out by others
4.You can click on the red ! icon, you can get an obvious error ...
I think you are facing this issue because you have not entered (or entered unsupported) values for all required fields in document library.
Make sure you are doing below things correctly:
Show all required columns in library view & enter values for all columns in grid view
Make sure there are no documents which are checked out by someone else while ...
This is not possible using SharePoint default capabilities.
Any change (setting column as "Required" or setting default value of column value) to column settings will affect whole library & not just single folder/sub-folder.
You can use the audit log reports provided with SharePoint to view the data in the audit logs for a site collection. You can sort, filter, and analyze this data to determine who has done what with sites, lists, libraries, content types, list items, and library files in the site collection.
Please refer to:
View audit log reports
Just move (drag & drop and not copy) a file in Explorer View from one document library to another, and it will keep all of previous versions!
Also check if both libraries have versioning enabled, which in default is.
Reference: How can you move a document with its version history to a new library?
As far as I know, there is no workaround to solve this.
As you said, Copy files will not maintain all version history, only the latest version is copied. To copy earlier versions, you need to restore and copy each one.
As another way, we can use the Highlighted content web part in modern page, fill in the custom query to display folders in these two libraries:
Note, per my test the folder icon will not show, like this:
The Created column can be displayed by "+ Add column" > "Show/hide columns" > checking "Created".
Please see the screenshots.
The Created column already exists (so we don't have to create one), but it is hidden.
There is a SPFx webpart (works on modern pages) available on GitHub by Microsoft called react-script-editor. You can install this webpart to your site collection and then use below code to insert the html into an iframe.