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EPIC Cloning = EPIC Fail

I am trying to understand what the point of 'Cloning' an EPIC if it does not copy all of the attributes (ie Child tasks)

I understand that I can create workflow that will do it, but this should be an out-of-box feature. Without it, cloning an EPIC is really no better than just creating a new EPIC.


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Dave Mathijs Community Leader Dec 07, 2022

Hi @Toby Mitchell welcome to the Atlassian Community!

I understand your frustration, the Clone feature in Jira is very basic. I rarely use it. There's no difference between cloning a base issue type or a parent issue type.


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