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You can use Clone Plus for Jira to bulk clone a number of issues from a project or different projects to the same or different project. This is available for Cloud and DC hosting options. Full disclosure: I'm the product manager for the app.
If you have questions or feedback about Clone Plus for Jira, please get in touch with us directly.
There is no native Jira function to bulk clone issues. Only to bulk edit, move, transition, delete and watch, but you can use Jira automation to clone issues, if it fits your use case!
Can I clone the same task once but have 30 copies? I have a issue that is done daily but could be assigned to different persons, depending on the day of the week.
In this case where you export and reimport issues into another sprint, is there a way that you can link the original exported issue to the one that is being imported to other sprint. I have a requirement where I need to reimplement same feature to another app configuration and I need to lookout for what changes were made during the original implementation. So I need the the link of original issue to the one that is being imported in new sprint.
Is there a way to do that?
Yes. In your import file, make sure to include the sprint id of the new sprint (*ID only— not the name of the sprint) and a linked issues column.
Then when importing the file, set the configuration to have the original issue key map to the linked issue field for the new issues, making sure to set the link type to whatever you want the relationship to be.
> sprint id of the new sprint
How do you get ahold of that?
EDIT: got it, through the advanced search.
Warning for other users: you need to export to csv, because import requires csv. I just did a load of search and replace and regexp and all that on an xml file... which cannot be imported. Yey.
I am Marlene from codefortynine.
Another option to bulk clone issues would be our Jira cloud app Deep Clone for Jira.
You can start right away after you've installed our app from the Atlassian Marketplace: