The project has the default workflow applied to it. I created a new workflow that is currently inactive, thinking I could then apply the new workflow to my project. Is this possible, or do I have to edit the current workflow that is already applied to the project?
no, of course, you can apply your workflow to the project. Do it like that:
This was, of course, a very short description. You can find detailed information here:
But if you have any further questions, don't hesitate to ask here.
Hi, @Thomas Schlegel. Thank you for prompt feedback!
One more question. First screen of scheme switching recommends to “backup Jira data before proceeding with the workflow association”. Does replacing a workflow within existing scheme is a transition of same complexity in terms of risks?
Well, it is always a good idea to have a backup.
Changing the workflow scheme will look at every single issue in your project, assign the workflow to every single issue and replaces the status which do not exist anymore with the new ones (you have to define the replacement rules while changing the scheme).
We never had a problem with that functionality for more than 13 years now, but it is recommended - I think for a good reason.
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