All microposts belong to a topic to improve the information structure of your microblog.
In the Confluence administration you can configure the topic structure under Microblog → Topics.
All topics belong to a Confluence space (this is important for attachments and permissions).
You create a topic by selecting a space and a name
You need to have at least one topic to be able to use the microblog.
You may change the name of a topic by clicking the little pen in the "Actions" column.
You are able to move a topic and all its microposts to another space.
If the target space has different permission than the old one, some users might not be able to edit or write new microposts.
Depending on the number microposts within the topic, this operation may take some time.
If you want to remove a topic there are two ways of dealing with the microposts within this topic.
If the target topic is in a different space with different permission than the old one, some users might not be able to edit or write new microposts.
Depending on the number microposts within the topic, the move operation may take some time.
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