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Transfered boards to another account, new owner still listed as a guest

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I transfered several of my Boards to another account, and checked the option to remove myself as the admin of those boards in the process.  The boards now show up for the other user, but he gets a message that he is only a Guest on those boards.  How do I let him take full ownership?

 

This is what he sees at the bottom of his board list:  You are a guest on these boards. To see other boards and members in this Workspace, an admin must add you as a Workspace member.

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Alex Waite Atlassian Team Feb 06, 2022

Hi @David Solot - it sounds like you've added this user to all of your boards but not the workspace the boards sits in. I recommend adding this user to any workspaces you have as well. 

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