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Move content from one community into another

It would be great to be able to move any content page (wiki page, blog entry, forum entry, activity... whatever) from one Community into another.

Our users sometimes create content in a place where it is not intended to be. Currently there is no other way to move this content than re-creating it in the correct place and deleting it from the incorrect place. If a Community Owner does this for the user, this admin is then the new author of the content so that the initial author is no longer visible.

  • Guest
  • Aug 22 2018
  • Under Consideration
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  • Guest commented
    3 Feb, 2021 10:17am

    I agree!!!

  • Guest commented
    25 Jan, 2021 05:39pm

    BIG NEED!!!!

  • Guest commented
    28 Aug, 2018 06:13am

    Personally, I believe that the items "Ability to copy date-time and authorship after copy" and "Ability to copy the comment steam with the content" should be on position 2 and 3 so the rest would move down.

  • Guest commented
    23 Aug, 2018 02:46pm

    Just to tie down the use case, how would you prioritise the following -

    1. Ability to copy a single page / blog entry / forum entry between communities
    2. Ability to copy a wiki branch / forum topic between communities
    3. Ability to copy an entire wiki /blog / forum to another community
    4. Ability to copy content between blogs / forums / wikis
    5. Ability to maintain date-time and authorship after copy
    6. Ability to copy the comment stream with the content (for blogs/wikis)
    7. Ability to copy between separate connections instances

    (The above is the priority I would guess)