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Clone Parent-child

Hello Team,

How can I attach a child issue to the parent when cloning the parent?

I tried to clone Epic CELE-116 but the stories (117 to 124) were not moved to the new Epic except the files attached to the stories.

How can use clone to move the stories to the new cloned epic?

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There was a recent article published that may provide the action you are looking for Clone Epics, Stories and Subtasks tree with Jira Automation.

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@Michael Areola You should be able to click on the story/sprint/child issue or on the edit tab and it should be able to allow you to add an epic, with a selection of different epics.  I don't specifically have that app yet, but will all the other Jira/Atlassian apps it lets you do that, as far as the one's I've tried.  As far as cloning, I have only done that with BitBucket, and you can clone a respository, but you manage sending branched and information through pull request, push request and, it most git apps, pipeline(I think in BitBucket, you just send the application or depends on the purpose of the pipeline).  I hope this helps.

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