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Implemented Beta Move Blog Entry Function - Destination Blog (Move Entry to Another Blog)


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I'd like to move some Blog Entries from one of my Blogs to another Blog (not to another Category).

I could not see a way to move specific Blog Entries from one of my Blogs to another one of my Blogs, I could only see a way to move from one Category to another Category.

I am requesting a similar function to move Blog Entries to another Blog.
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This has been implemented (BETA) in UBS 2.2.34

The Move blog entry function has been expanded to also include being able to move a blog entry into another blog. Keep in mind, this is a bit different than moving an Entry from one category to another category as Blog OWNERSHIP comes into play.

You can move a blog entry from one of YOUR Blogs into another one of YOUR Blogs.

You can move one of your Blog Entries into a Community Blog (as long as you are allowed to post entries in that community blog).

This is not a free for all. There are restrictions to moving blogs (mainly Content Ownership related). Just like Joe Blow can not post a blog entry in one of Nancy Smiths Blogs, One of Joe Blow's blog entries can not be moved to one of Nancy Smiths Blogs (Unless its a community blog Managed by Nancy Smith).

Note: This is currently only available as an individual Blog Entry function. This is not available as an inline moderation tool for moving multiple blog entries.

Important note: The Destination blog part of this is BETA (Not supported), so I'd highly recommend doing thorough testing on a testing/staging instance before using it in production.