Hi @JoannVallillo, as a Troop Admin, I went to the Troop Roster page and used the “Transfer in Scout” button. I used it to add a new membership with my troop.
Another way to do basically the same thing is for a Troop Admin or a parent to go to the Scout’s Membership page and add a new membership with the new troop in the gaining council.
I kept both memberships open at first, so that I could coordinate with the other troop and make sure that all of the Scout’s merit badges and awards were taken care of. Once everything was taken care of by the other troop, I ended his membership with them.
Then I updated all of his information on his Edit Profile page in Scoutbook to make sure that everything matched his transfer application (full name, date of birth, new address, zip code, district, and council).
Next, my council processed his transfer application. The member update gave him his new BSA number, but all of his advancements, leadership, memberships, etc. are still in his Scoutbook account.
However, I do think it’s a good idea to get a copy of the person record report from the former council, just in case something does not go as expected. Scoutbook’s Cub Scout History Report and Scouts BSA History Report can also be useful.