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A project allows you define an entity within an organization with access rights, description, secrets and numerous repositories.

Projects are created with the Concord Console or by using the REST API.

Move Project to a Different Organization

A project after it is created in an organization can be moved to a different organization to which the user must have access to (WRITER or above).

This can be done with the Concord Console or by using the REST API.

  1. Login to the Console of your Concord instance


  2. Navigate to the settings tab of the project to be moved.

    Organizations -> Select Organization -> Select Project -> Settings


  3. Scroll down to Danger Zone and enter the Organization name to which the project has to be moved to, and select it.

    current organization


    changed organization


    Click on Move.

  4. A Pop-up appears for confirmation. Enter the current project name in the text box and click on Yes.


    Read the message in the Pop-up carefully before clicking on Yes.

Following these steps will move the selected project to another organization and redirect to the changed project URL path.


  • Any secret used by repositories in this project will not be available for use under the new Organization, unless is the secret is also moved to that organization and mapped to the repositories again (refer here for more details).
  • For any secret in the current organization scoped to this project, the scope mapping will be removed.