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I have a question I created on which was migrated to, the question was answered on but still remains in my questions tab in SO, how do I remove/hide these?

I've now created this as a Feature request.

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You don't.

Migrated questions remain yours on the original site until they are deleted. The question becomes a place-holder for Google Searches and for duplicate question closures. It is still a question asked by you and therefore it is not disassociated from your account.

These migrations stubs will be automatically removed after 30 days, but as mentioned by Jeff you can also flag it for moderator attention and it will be deleted.

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Thankyou for this diago, I don't mind it still hanging around though I would like a way to move it off my Questions section and placed in a Migrated section, would this sound like a viable feature request do you think? – Brett Ryan Dec 2 '09 at 7:25
Due to the small amount of questions that get migrated I really don't believe personally that it is viable. However it will never hurt to create a feature request for it and get the opinion of other users. – BinaryMisfit Dec 2 '09 at 7:26
Thankyou Diago, new feature request created. – Brett Ryan Dec 2 '09 at 9:22

You can flag the question for moderator attention if you really want it deleted, and a moderator can do it for you.

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Thank you for this Jeff, there's not need to require attention for closing, though I would like it shifted to another section if it were possible instead of being in my Questions section. – Brett Ryan Dec 2 '09 at 7:25

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