Anyone know the best way to migrate hubs from one account to another. I have a couple of accounts and I'd like to consolidate them all.
Hub ownership can't be transferred or moved, so you'll have to do it the old-fashioned way: manually.
Problem is, you wont be able to keep the same url's once you move them.
You might just have to keep them where they are if they're long and there are many of them.
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