The Items Table Move feature allows you move one or more items in a roadmap to another roadmap. You can move items to an existing roadmap or you can create a new roadmap for the items.

Moving the roadmap items

To move a roadmap's items, you must be in the roadmap's Items Table.

Select the items

1. In the roadmap's Items Table, select the items you want to move.
2.
Click the Move button that appears on the View navbar.

Move the items to an existing roadmap

1. In the Move Items dialog, click to open the Select a Roadmap dropdown.
2. In the dropdown, select the roadmap you want to move the items to.

3. In the confirmation dialog, click Move Items.
4. In the notification dialog, click Done.

Move the items to a new roadmap

1. In the Move Items dialog, click to open the Select a Roadmap dropdown.
2. In the dropdown, select + Create New Roadmap.

3. In the Create Roadmap dialog, enter a Title for the roadmap and select a Fiscal Year-End.
4. Click Create.
5. In the Create Roadmap dialog, select the roadmap you just created in the Select a Roadmap dropdown (see Step 2 in Move the items to an existing roadmap), then click Next.

6. In the confirmation dialog, click Move Items.
7. In the notification dialog, click Done.

You can now view and access the new roadmap in your Roadmap Home.

Who can move roadmap items?

To move roadmap items to another roadmap, you must be the roadmap's Owner OR the roadmap must be shared with you as an Editor

If you are moving the items to an existing roadmap, you must be the Owner of the second roadmap OR the roadmap must be shared with you as an Editor.

If you are moving the items to a newly created roadmap, you must be a Collaborator. Only users with a Collaborator user role can create a roadmap.

To find out more, go to Sharing and collaboration in the Quick Guide.

Who owns the new roadmap?

When you move the items to a newly created roadmap, you automatically become the Owner of the new roadmap, even if you are an Editor of the source roadmap and not its Owner. 

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