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Update January 8: The plans for content migration have changed since this post was written. Please refer to the new post for information about which content will be migrated and which will not be migrated: https://groups.community.sap.com/t5/what-s-new/community-content-new-details-about-content-that-will...


As we announced earlier this year, we are moving to A New Home in the New Year for the SAP Community. As a professional community that has been running for 20 years, we have accumulated hundreds of thousands of blogs and millions of questions and answers. After analyzing the user-generated content and conducting numerous technical migration tests, we have decided that this migration is the best time to remove some content, to ensure a positive impact on the site’s overall performance.

When identifying which content to leave behind during the migration, we first tackled the question of publication date. We are not removing any content that was posted in 2022 or 2023; all of that content will migrate to the new platform.

For content posted prior to 2022, we focused on three main criteria: number of views, accepted answers, and whether the post was related to a previous migration or community platform. Below is a more detailed look at the guidelines:

Blog posts:

  • If the post had 6 views or fewer in 2022, it will not be migrated.
  • If the post covered anything related to previous platforms/migrations – including feedback about improvements and bug reports – it will not be migrated.


  • If the question had zero answers, and it had 3 views or fewer in 2022, it will not be migrated.
  • If the question had an answer, but that answer was not accepted, and the question had zero views in 2022, it will not be migrated.
  • If the question had “SAP Community” as its managed tag, and it was published before March 2023, it will not be migrated.

Note that if we delete a blog post or a question with comments and/or answers, these replies will be deleted as well, as these threads can't exist without the parent content.

We know that published content plays a large role in every member’s reputation in the community, and we can assure you that any missions or badges that you earned with that content will not be lost—you will keep all of those missions and badges, even if the content they were based on is not migrated.

Next Steps

If you are among the users who have content that will be deleted, you will be notified via email by the end of January 3 (the email header is titled: SAP COMMUNITY MIGRATION: content that will not migrate to the new platform). If you have a question about your content, you can send an email to sapcommunity@sap.com ; the team is working diligently to reply within 48 hours. 

If you wish to keep a copy of all your content, you can request an export file using functionality available in the profile:

  1. Log in to the SAP Community.
  2. Click on the avatar at the top right and select “My Account.”
  3. Open Account & Settings on the left and select “Privacy.”
  4. Select the “Privacy Settings” tab.
  5. In the “Download your information” section, click on the Request button.
    The system will automatically generate a file of your content, which will be available in that section for you to download. (Please note that if you have a lot of content, the file generation may take some time.)

We look forward to relaunching after migration with a community that is responsive and vibrant, and ready for more of your excellent content.