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In comments, @tgp2114 mentioned two related questions with possible solutions to deal with this kind of issue. I retained three basic ideas: 1. Post a link in chat From https://physics.meta.stackexchange.com/a/6931/256325 Choice (1), linking to the question in chat, is an old standby and usually works pretty well. These links often get starred so they ...


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The migration pathways can be edited if there is a good reason to, and having a lot of overlap with another site and having a lot of questions that should be migrated over are usually a good opportunity to open a dedicated migration pathway -- we have one with Math.SE, for example. The guidelines for migrating are generally: Don't migrate crap Be certain ...


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Except for a migration to Math SE, all migrations require the intervention of a moderator. If you are confident this question (or any other, as long as it is not $\ge$ 60 days old) is off-topic here but on-topic on another site, feel free to flag it for moderator attention with the flag button under the post. It is also possible to just post the question on ...


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Chris has given you good general guidance. But in the interest of transparency: I declined your migration-request flag, partly because I'm not convinced the question would be on-topic at Engineering, and partly because you have already accepted an answer. Your question's upvoted answer should protect it from the roomba. My advice is that if you have ...


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To bring some numbers to the table, the migration statistics page (10k+) lists the following numbers of migrations for the past 90 days: That amounts to one migration to HSM every two weeks, so it definitely can happen, via custom moderator flags. It's also worth updating my previous answer here to a 2020 edition of what the global migration pathways look ...


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The option already exists: Vote to close the question as off-topic, with a custom reason if necessary, explaining why the question is not a good fit for this site. Raise a moderator flag indicating that migration to site X would be appropriate. Point 1 is particularly necessary: it is not enough for the question to be on-topic elsewhere, it also needs to ...


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When you vote to close a question as "This question belongs on another site in the Stack Exchange network," the question is automatically migrated to the other site. By design, this is limited to a few sites for every site on the Stack Exchange network. If a question should be migrated to another site, just suggest it with a custom flag. Migrations ...


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