Editing an existing issue status in a project workflow changed all of the issues across all projects. A new project was subsequently created and automatically populated with the old issue status. I would like to revert to the prior issue status and then create a new issue status for my project, however I am unable to do so because of a system notification that the issue status already exists and thus I cannot rename.
Hey @Liam Green
Sure thing. I updated the name for an issue status when creating a new workflow (from "To Do" to "To Do: Infrastructure"). Doing so then changed that issue status for all workflows that contained it, not just mine. In the meantime, a new project was created and autopopulated with the default "To Do" issue status in its workflow. I realized my error and tried to go back and change the issue status back to "To Do" and subsequently create a new issue status, however the system will no longer allow me to because "To Do already exists". I need help figuring out how to revert "To Do: Infrastructure" back to "To Do". I tried selecting the newly created "To Do", however this only seems to work for inactive projects and does not work for active projects.
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