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How can I add due and start dates to a project on creation?

Is there a project type that has due date and start date predefined? Or is there a automation I can add that adds these to new projects?

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Dave Mathijs Community Leader Jan 24, 2023

Hi @Jonathan Agness The project itself has no options to define a start date and due date.

However, when using Advanced Roadmaps, you can define a level above Epic called Project.

I usually create a project called PPM with Issue Type 'Project' and create issues for the projects. You can add start and due dates to these issues and use a Plan to see them on a roadmap.

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