Condencing multiple Confluence spaces into one

Right now, we have multiple spaces for project teams, i.e. "Project Team 1" space, "Project Team 2" space, etc. It has been decided by management that theses spaces should just be under a new "Software Development" space.

Each of these current spaces has a multitude of child pages describing the different projects they have or are working on.

Is there a way to get all of the Project Team spaces into a single space while retaining their page hierarchy? I'm sort of envisioning a Software Development space, with each Project Team page in the Page Tree on the left with a greater than sign. Clicking on that page would show the same page as is currently seen when going to their space and expand the tree to show the child pages.

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Figured it out. Admins can move spaces to other spaces using the Move option in the Tools drop down menu. It moves all the child pages in their proper tree order as well.

It won't allow duplicate page names in the space even if they are under different trees. It will alert you to any such issues so you can fix them and re-try the move.

Also, it does not delete the original space. That has to be done (if desired) in the Space Directory

I assume this doesn't work with cloud?

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