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We're currently in the phase of cleaning up many of our configuration schemes on Jira. When we arrived to workflows, some questions started rising.
Since a backup of a workflow is easily taken when publishing a draft, it's easy to have a fast growing list of inactive workflows that once served as a backup, but then were never cleaned up. And in the current view of the inactive workflows page, it is rather hard to find the backup your looking for if the list isn't being cleaned up every so often.
So I'm wondering, how do others manage their inactive workflows? How do you decide when to delete a workflow? Do you delete an inactive workflow if it hasn't been updated for x amount of time? Do you then still hold an offline backup?
I'm looking forward to hear how you all handle this!