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How can I add an issue into an Epic which is not part of the same project ?

I want to assign an issue into an Epic which is part of another project. Is it possible without a plug-in ? And if it is not which is the plug-in ?

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Walter Buggenhout
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Nov 21, 2023

Hi @Dimitar Chakarov and welcome to the Community!

This is standard functionality in Jira, as long as you are in a company managed project. In that case, all you need to do is fill out the issue key of the Epic in the Epic link field of the child issue.

Team managed projects are different, unfortunately. The issues there can only be associated with other issues in the same project.

Hope this helps!

@Walter Buggenhout as we are on the subject, what is the most easy way to migrate a team-managed project to a company-based ? Because the project is large and I can't manually move everything. Thank you in advance.

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Marc Koppelaar
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Nov 21, 2023

Hi @Dimitar Chakarov 

Welcome to the community.

As @Walter Buggenhout stated you should use company managed projects and make sure the users who need to link issues to an Epic in another project need to have access in both project to at least browse and edit permissions

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