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Is there a way to move Confluence Questions between spaces?

I see that Questions can be asked in a space, but what if someone does not ask a question in the space that should own it?  Is there a way for a team that manages a space to move that question into a proper space where the question can be perhaps seen by a difference set of users or better curated as a knowledge base by the team owning the space?

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Hey @Daniel Holmes,

You may use the *Ask in a Space*  option to move the question. But, to use it you'd then need to first edit the question itself as outlined on this post

(i) You will only be able to edit the question if you have the Space Admin permission to the Space where that question is located. The options for edit & delete will appear below the textbox of the question


Hope this helps :) 

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Hi @Daniel Holmes,

when showing questions in a space - you're working with topics. You need Confluence Administrator permissions to delete and add topics to a question.

All you can do here is to push space managers to experts (see here) and give them permissions for changing -> see here!

I understand about topics and have admin permissions and explored that.  I'm asking more about spaces.  You can ask a question in a space which provides with a permission that "only people who can view the space can search for and see questions that were asked there. ".  Maybe it isn't possible, but I'm trying to determine if a question were to be asked in the wrong space (and thus not visible to the appropriate audience), how can I move it along with any answers that it may have to a different space where the permissions are more appropriate.

Sorry - understood that totally wrong. I did not use the ask in a question opportunity yet. 

No problem.  Thanks for taking the time to read it and provide some info.

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