WordPress Migration Update
At this phase of the migration, it has become increasingly difficult to create and follow an accurate migration timeline since many of the upcoming site migrations in the queue are for the largest and most complex sites. A Web Services team member will email you as soon as your migration is ready to begin.
Web Services will migrate all content in the background without any disruption to the live Drupal site. Once the content migration is complete, Web Services will email your site's primary contact and provide your team ample time to review the WordPress staging site before it's scheduled to go live.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email WebServicesfirstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to migrate sites as quickly and as accurately as possible.
The most helpful thing you can do to prepare for your site's migration is to unpublish any content you no longer need. By default, we will only migrate published content (unless you let us know ahead of time you also need unpublished content), so this will help you start with a clean new site in WordPress. This also includes published content that is marked as disabled on the main menu.
If you do not have the time to unpublish current content, don't worry. We'll move all your published content "as is" and you can clean things up in the future as needed.