Unverified Commit 2644cfef authored by Marcia Ramos's avatar Marcia Ramos Committed by John Doe

move "Transfer an existing project into a group" to project docs

- move the section
- replace identifiers with inline links
- update settings (General settings > Advanced settings)
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> **Notes:**
- For a list of words that are not allowed to be used as group names see the
[reserved names][reserved].
[reserved names](../reserved_names.md).
You can create a group in GitLab from:
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![add members to group](img/add_new_members.png)
Select the [permission level][permissions] and add the new member. You can also set the expiring
Select the [permission level](../permissions.md#permissions) and add the new member. You can also set the expiring
date for that user, from which they will no longer have access to your group.
One of the benefits of putting multiple projects in one group is that you can
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![Select group](img/select_group_dropdown.png)
## Transfer an existing project into a group
## Transfer projects into groups
You can transfer an existing project into a group as long as you have at least **Master** [permissions][permissions] to that group
and if you are an **Owner** of the project.
![Transfer a project to a new namespace](img/transfer_project_to_other_group.png)
Find this option under your project's settings.
GitLab administrators can use the admin interface to move any project to any namespace if needed.
Learn how to [transfer a project into a group](../project/index.md#transfer-an-existing-project-into-a-group).
## Sharing a project with a group
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- **Projects**: view all projects within that group, add members to each project,
access each project's settings, and remove any project from the same screen.
- **Webhooks**: configure [webhooks](../project/integrations/webhooks.md)
and [push rules](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/push_rules/push_rules.html#push-rules) to your group (Push Rules is available in [GitLab Enteprise Edition Starter][ee].)
and [push rules](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/push_rules/push_rules.html#push-rules) to your group (Push Rules is available in [GitLab Enteprise Edition Starter](https://about.gitlab.com/products/).)
- **Audit Events**: view [Audit Events](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/administration/audit_events.html#audit-events)
for the group (GitLab admins only, available in [GitLab Enterprise Edition Starter][ee]).
- **Pipelines quota**: keep track of the [pipeline quota](../admin_area/settings/continuous_integration.md) for the group
[permissions]: ../permissions.md#permissions
[ee]: https://about.gitlab.com/products/
[reserved]: ../reserved_names.md
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- [Export a project from GitLab](settings/import_export.md#exporting-a-project-and-its-data)
- [Importing and exporting projects between GitLab instances](settings/import_export.md)
## Transfer an existing project into a group
You can transfer an existing project into a [group](../group/index.md) as long as you have at least **Master** [permissions](../permissions.md#permissions) to that group
and if you are an **Owner** of the project.
![Transfer a project to a new namespace](img/transfer_project_to_other_group.png)
Find this option under your project's **General settings > Advanced settings**.
GitLab administrators can use the admin interface to move any project to any namespace if needed.
## Project's members
Learn how to [add members to your projects](members/index.md).
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