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Can you import an Epic Name via CSV file?

Hello,

It doesn't appear as though an Epic name can be imported via CSV? so after importing Epics that field needs to be set manually?

Thanks!

Jill

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You can't import Epics. JIRA Importers Plugin doesn't support them yet.

Interesting. On import when I map a field to Issue Type - Epic is a valid selection, and it does indeed create an epic. However, there are a few fields not set; Epic Name for instance. Sounds like you're close, but not fully supported. Thanks for the response!

Is this still not supported?

Nope. I've spent half the day trying to get a CSV file of Epic's imported. It won't let you map to the Epic Name field, then you get an error because you can't create an Epic without an Epic Name!

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