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What does it mean when it says a transition can't be configured when the workflow is in draft mode?

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Working with workflows

What does it mean when it says a transition can't be configured when the workflow is in draft mode?

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Ignacio Pulgar Community Leader Aug 12, 2016

It means that, as the workflow you are currently editing is active and in use by at least one project, then you have to make a copy of said workflow, do the changes you couldn't do when receiving that message, and finally set that modified workflow to substitute its previous version.

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Exactly what it says - there are some things you can't do with workflows when in draft mode.

Wow, thanks for a totally useless answer 

Wow, that's a shitty attitude against one of the top community supporters, and all in total lack of reading the manual yourself.

Thanks for the link, that was useful

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