Can you assign more workflows in 1 project so that certain types have certain workflows?


I'm experimenting with workflows. We could really use a new one for a certain project.

But, that workflow is only for the type Change. I don't need this for the type Request.

Is it possible, and if so how, to have more workflows assigned to a Project and where can you assign it to the specific type?

Thank you in advance!

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Hi Vera,

Yes, you can. You only have associate your specific workflow to "Change" issue type in the "Workflow Scheme" used by your project.

Surely you will need to create a new Workflow Scheme to be used only by that particular project.



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Yes, found it! That worked indeed.
I was confused because it also said "all unassigned issue types" and I couldn't delete it. But indeed, adding another and associating it with the other types, that worked!types.JPG

Yes, it would be nice if the language was clearer - "all unassigned issue types" is fine for me, but you're not the first person I've spoken to who doesn't understand it until someone says "that means a default, if you don't set the others" or they try it and work it out.

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