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Need to consolidate multiple Slack workspaces into one centrally-managed space? Using Slacks’s export and import tools, you can move content from one workspace to another. Here's how: you'll export data from one workspace, import it to a second workspace, and voila! ✨
What's included in a workspace export?
Messages sent in public channels
Files shared in public channels
Apps and integration activity logs
🚫 Not Included
Messages/files sent in private channels
Messages/files sent in direct messages
Editing and deletion logs
Tip: We recommend exporting from the workspace with the fewest users and least activity, and importing into the more active workspace.
Step 1: Export data from your first workspace
From your desktop, click your workspace name in the top left.
Select Workspace settings from the menu.
Click Import/Export Data in the top right.
Select the Export tab, then click Start Export. We'll email you when your export is complete.
From the Export Data page, click Ready for download to download the .zip file.