Hello @Paul Kennedy
I am assuming these are Company Manage projects. Is that correct?
Go to each project and select Project Settings. Then select Workflows from the navigation pane on the left.
Compare those screens between the projects. They are either sharing an entire Workflow Scheme, or with the Workflow Schemes they are sharing a Workflow.
If you change a Workflow that is in more than one Workflow Scheme, any project that uses a Workflow Scheme containing that workflow will be affected.
(Looking at the chat between you and @Dave Liao )
If you are using a given Status in multiple workflows, changing the Name of that status will change its name in all workflows that use it.
If you want the Status Names to be different between projects/workflows, then you have to create new Status values and incorporate those into the workflow. Statuses are created under Administration Settings (gear icon) > Issues > Issue Attributes > Statuses.
@Paul Kennedy - hi Paul! Ensure each project is truly using a different workflow?
Double-check each project. Go to their project settings (gear icon), then click Summary.
What workflow scheme is being used? If both are the same, you'll need a new workflow scheme, with the second one including the second offboarding workflow.
1. "The transitions stay intact but the status change between the two projects when 1 is changed." - can you rephrase this?
2. Status names can't be workflow-specific. They're global. That said:
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