What is the console command to skip quests?

I know you can skip a quest by using CompleteQuest but that doesn’t work for me.
It will go away from my quest tab but still be on the map, and I can’t continue.

Is there another way to skip a quest?

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  • 2 Solutions collect form web for “What is the console command to skip quests?”

    You can run this command:

    setstage [quest ID] [stage #]

    You can find quest IDs and stage numbers here at UESP.

    Usually, stage 200 is the end of a quest; so can just write setstage [quest ID] 200 to mark a quest as completed.

    Well, this is over a year late, but you can skip it via entering…

    setstage mq103 190

    That should skip it without fail. you may have to wait a bit for the whole watchtower dragon incident to start, but it otherwise works without a hitch.

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