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Carrying Accepted answers

Actually, i have created an account in 2016 and started asking a question and replying to the questions. on Atlassian Community.

Within a year 10+ answers were accepted, after that, I have left the organization and my account has been deactivated so is there any way that we can carry forward that previously accepted answers to my new account / Profile.




I think you could've changed your email address from corporate to personal in your Atlassian account (before leaving).

Now, if I were you I'd try to contact my old colleges and kindly ask the email administrator to restore my old account for 10 minutes so that I could change the email address to my personal.

Maybe there are other options.

Thanks for your response...

That's a tough one - unless your old firm is ready to compromise and activate your account back. I doubt any organization would do that.


Why not start again - this is a community brimming with activities, you can always get back to more than 10 answers :p .

Thanks for your response :)

yes, this is tough ....bcz old organization will not do this now...let it be as you said will start again and definitely will get more than 10 Answers.


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