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How to use the same epic in multiple projects

Hi, we have created multiple projects. We have created an epic in one of the projects, but we want to be able to view that same epic in another project. That way it can be visible in the active sprints as well of the new project.

Or do we have to create a new epic of the same name in every project? We want to just have one and have issues of both projects referencing it.

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Alana Fernando
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Jul 19, 2018

hi @Ricky Villa

This might not be a full answer but hope this helps you. 😊 

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Chander Inguva
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Jul 19, 2018

Hey Ricky,

 

You can have multiple issues (Story level) tied to a single Epic, if the issue source brings multiple projects.

 

Example:

ABC-1  is an Epic, with stories XYZ-234 and BLA-456

https://cl.ly/412z3A0f3d1o

@Ricky Villa did you find a solution?

hi @Ricky Villa , di you find a solution for your point as I am looking exactly for the same thing but could not get it actually.

Any  help ?

regards

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