Has anyone thought about how to migrate content from talk to new inline commenting in the next confluence release?

If you have a confluence instance with talk installed, will you keep using it when the inline commenting in confluence comes out? If not, any thoughts on what you're going to do with the talk data?

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We are just going through a phase of moving from Talk comments to the new native in-line comments and haven't found any way to simply "migrate" these outstanding discussions. 

Instead we're simply deciding to delete them all upon removal of the plugin, and have managed comms up until now informing teams of the deadline. Fortunately there are some queries available with Talk so you users can find outstanding discussions in Talk that might need to be duplicated with the inline function - see here:


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