Have a few questions
@Lisa Allen For your questions:
1) Configuration Path 5, in the article mentioned by Tom, handles making sure that within Jira Align the Process Step and State remain aligned with each other. (The path is bidirectional so a change of either State or Process Step can change the other value.)
2) Process Step to Jira Status is handled by Path 4 and itself is only in that direction, but Path 3 handles Jira Status to Process step (so in effect it is bidirectional as long as both paths are configured). 1-1 settings are recommended, but we can handle less statuses in Jira than Process Steps in Jira Align and vice versa
3) The Jira Align State is not read-only when Process Steps are enabled (which kind of relates to the answer to Q1)
@Lisa Allen did you review this article to see if this answers your questions? https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-Align-articles/Mapping-States-Steps-and-Statuses-between-Jira-Align-and-Jira/ba-p/1354724
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