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SharePoint subsites

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Occasional Contributor

Hi

If I create a new site, can I 'move' it to be a subsite of a different site at a later date, or once it's created is that it?

Thanks!

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Best Response confirmed by Beau Cameron (MVP)
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No with out of the box features...also I would recommend not to go to a Subsites based architecture...use Hub Sites + Flat Pattern instead