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As an admin I want to see a list of all Communities in my Org (even restricted ones)

Create API to enable creation of a list of all Communities, even private ones (without having to purchase a 3rd party tool).
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  • Jul 21 2018
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    Adam Gartenberg commented
    August 01, 2018 20:45

    Users assigned to the new Auditor role can use the search function to get a list of all communities, even those they are not members of.  (This is done via search, not API call.)

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    Guest commented
    August 13, 2018 06:54

    Can you get a list? You can search but only find communities you know the name of?? Or, please describe how to get a list?

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    Guest commented
    November 26, 2018 13:44

     Same as the guest asked in August: you can't get the list with the auditor role, you can see the name of private communities you don't belong to, by chance, searching on a particular keyword.

    Please edit the idea to remove the "already exists" mark or explain.