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Can a Cloud domain be retained when splitting organizations?

Hi,

 

as I understand it, products combined under one organization can't be split. That is, it is not possible to take one of the Confluence sites in an organization and move it to another org. For that, exports and imports need to be used.

However, when I do that, I will loose the domain of the original Confluence, right? Because when I create the new Confluence site that should hold the original Confluence's content I need to create it under a new new domain.

Is it possible to keep the original Confluence domain somehow? The only solution that comes to my mind is via a temp site:

my-example.atlassian.net > my-temp-example.atlassian.net > (delete my-example.altassian.net in org A and create a new my-example.atlassian.net in org B) > my-example.atlassian.net

Is there a more elegant and direct way to do this?

 

Cheers

Andreas

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