The review system has been showing me many SharePoint specific questions today (example 1, example 2). Most of these questions look like they'd be more appropriate for https://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/. Should I flag them for migration?
One thing I'll note now, and it's a general thing but appropriate since we now have several sharepoint-migration flags right now, I don't migrate questions to other sites if:
- The question is too old (if it is more than 6 months old, I generally don't bother unless there is something specific about it). In that case it'll get an OT close if it gets anything.
- It was well answered here.
I would. If the site is there it should be used.
Just because there is a SharePoint site is not enough reason to migrate SharePoint questions.
If we keep migrating questions to what might be perceived as more appropriate sites where will that eventually leave SF? I seems to me that a lot of content that is perfectly on topic for SF has been getting migrated for no reason other than there are sites catering to specific topics. This doesn't help SF at all and is actually quite detrimental.
I agree, the people sharepoint.stackexchange will probably have deeper understanding of sharepoint.