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Creating a new Company based project is creating new schemas

Hi, when I am creating a new Company based project, I am asked to select a Project Template. Upon selecting Scrum and then selecting company based project and adding Project details, I am able to create a new project.

But when I noticed the schemas associated with the project, JIRA is creating new schemas for Issue types, workflows, screens etc. 

I would like all the new projects created to use the default schemas, otherwise maintaining all these schemas will be a lot of overhead.

Can you please let me know how and where to change the settings if any for the newly created projects to use the default schemas?

Thank you.

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Hi Kapil,

when creating a project you can select the “shared settings” checkbox and refer to an existing project. The new project will then use the existing schema’s and not create new ones.

Thank you. @arie_holleman .

So I need to find a project which has all the default schemas and share settings with that project?


You are welcome

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