Are bamboo deployment tasks cloneable?

I'm currently playing around with a deployment project with multiple environments (show/live).

After setting up the show environment including the deployment tasks, the live environment must be set up starting from zero which basically means, that the same tasks with some (minor) modifications must be added again.

Is there any way to copy all the configured tasks from one environment to another or even better is it possible to set up cross environment tasks which use variables defined for each environment?

e.g. in a very simple project the only task could be executing an rsync to a specific host and directory. One would define a task which does the rsync but host and path are taken from a variable.

I'm using the latest 5.1.1 version of bamboo.

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Not yet, please upvote this feature request: BAM-13473

I'd also suggest leaving a comment describing your scenario as this may not be a perfect desciption of what you are looking for.

You can clone jobs in the other workflow so BAM-13346 may be more what you're looking for.

Thanks, upvoted the issue :)

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