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I would like to create an advanced roadmap plan without accepting changes into Jira, ie. not creating issues. Such plan I would like to use as a project template, and duplicate it, update according new schedules and steps required by new customer, and then accept into Jira, and create issues.
I was able to save such plan, but not duplicate it. Is this desired behaviour? How to create a plan template without real issues in Jira, and re-use it for each new project?
Thank you for your suggestions.
Hi @Jana_Kyselova ,
There seems to be a recent feature release on this from Atlassian. Please checkout the below article.
Hi @Aditya Verma , I tried this feature, but it duplicates the plan including current issues - ie. no possibility to use that plan as a template and create copy of issues in the plan as well. Therefore I thought I can create the plan without accepting changes into Jira - ie. no Jira tickets created - and it duplicates as blank, without any issue, nor prepared change. So this feature does not help me at all :-(