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How to export Atlassian project (jira cloud+confluence cloud)?

Hello! Could you please help me with the question: How to export Atlassian project (jira cloud+confluence cloud)?

We have 5 projects in our jira account and would like to export the one out of 5, so that it can be imported to the another jira cloud account. How to do it?

We've already tried to use Backup Manager, but it give opportunity to export all the projects in one piece. We need to export only one project.

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Hey @Maria Nurminskaya !

For Confluence, you can only export an individual space export following these steps but you can't export an individual project.

Regarding Jira, you can indeed only export a full Backup Manager that will generate a backup for all projects.

In this case, some alternatives would be:


Hope this helps!


Thanks a lot, Ramona! I chose the 1st variant for jira and it worked.

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Curt Holley Community Leader Sep 20, 2021

A simple option could be (if fit for purpose), simply export the issues from the relevant project to CSV (all fields) and import that content into a new destination location project. manually create any Components and Versions/Releases required in the destination project prior to the import. Align or enhance workflows and schemes as required.

Although a little convoluted, you could find for such a small number of projects/project, this is the lower stress option.

Just a thought  🤔

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