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Sean, the platform developers are working on making it possible for moderators to move content but it hasn't happened yet. In the meantime, I'll create the categories you suggested plus a general category.

Thanks to the nearly 80 members who have replied so far. 

Please add your input to help us best serve you.

If you haven't filled out the survey yet...there's still time. We'd really appreciate your feedback! Thanks!

We just hit 100 responses.  It is very interesting to learn more about how the network is being used.  We'll be sure to share the results with everyone soon.

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