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Adding Initiative to a NextGen Scrum Project


I'm trying to setup the initiative issue type for a NextGen Scrum project. The directions here don't reflect what I see in the cloud version. There's no association of the Issue Type Schema to a project.

I have 5 different projects that were all just created as NextGen Scrum. When I go into 'associate' below (just something I tried) it says there are no projects to associate.


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Angélica Luz
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
May 01, 2019

Hi Andy,

Thank you for the details provided.
Currently, Portfolio does not support next-gen projects, so the documentation is applied only to Classic projects.
We have a feature request suggesting Portfolio to support next-gen:

To create new issue types for next-gen, please go to the next-gen Project settings > Issue types.
As it's independent projects, any issue types created outside the project, won't be available for next-gen.


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