It depends - did you:
^ If you replaced your old workflow with a new one, or took a copy during the publish of new changes, you'll be able to modify the workflow scheme and include your old workflow.
However, if you've modified your live workflow without a copy you'll need to manually edit it back to its previous design.
If this was a default workflow - let us know the request type, whether this is Cloud or Server/DC and if Cloud, Classic or Next-Gen - and I'll see if I can find the default workflow design :)
If it was a default workflow, as a Jira Admin you could:
^ If this wasn't a default workflow when you made the modifications, your choices are to restore the defaults using the process above - or manually reverse the modifications.
If the above sounds of interest but you'd like some more detailed instructions, let us know :)
If you're following the process above to restore the default workflow - this is how you'd do it:
^ This should revert your workflow back to the default settings :)
Once complete, you're free to delete the new project you created, as it will no longer be needed.
Sorry to bother you, i am not able to do that. Can you help me everything to go to normal stage where it was in the morning? There are three running projects connected to the same work flow which i have created in the morning. Management is yelling at me on this, there is no one who understand it very well. Can you help me revert that everything from your side? Is it possible?
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