Hi. Just to make sure I understood correctly:
- Workflows are related to issue types, not to projects. It's wrong to say "The project has workflow X". The correct would be to say "The issue type has workflow X".
- One project can have many issue types. Each issue type must be related to a workflow, so it can change status and move along life cycle. So in a single project, teams can work on different workflows depending of issue type.
@Gui Ávila - workflows and projects still have a relationship.
Consider this imaginary Jira project:
As you can see, in a given project, an admin can associate one workflow for every single issue types, or explicitly associate a workflow for each issue type. You're correct that every issue type must be related to a workflow.
Let me know if that makes sense!
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