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Managing Spaces

As we are building out spaces for each client project we run we can see it will become a challenge to manage/find a project as we hit velocity on clients

I'm looking for a solution so that we can create child spaces.


Space / Client Space

= Clients / Client Name

It seems as though its not possible to make a space a child of another space and there are some options I found through this thread.

Any tips on how to easily manage over 100 spaces, could easily grow to 400+

Thank you


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Kiran Panduga {Appfire}
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Nov 18, 2019


The best and easy way to manage 100+ spaces is using the Labels and category the spaces.

Go to the space and choose Space tools > Overview from the bottom of the sidebar --> Choose Edit next to Space Categories. --> Under Space Categories, enter your category name and choose Add.

Alternatively, choose a category in the list of Suggested Space Categories.

For more detail information, visit the Atlassian KB.



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