don't get me wrong but have you ever had a look a the documentation?
This will get you started creating a workflow:
Then you create a workflow scheme and associate workflows (activate them) with that scheme:
Here you'll find more info on schemes:
Hope that help,
The documentation is scattered everywhere and usually not helpful. Something as simple as changing a Workflow, Screen or Permission Scheme can be quite challenging.
Don't get me wrong, Jira is a great product once configured, but the documentation and support are pitiful at best!
This page is fundamentally misleading and out of date although I eventually found the answer in Settings -> Workflows -> Switch Scheme:
It is this section:
To finish activating your workflow, associate the workflow scheme it's in with a project (if an issue type is not defined in the project's issue type scheme, that specific workflow is not used):
In the sidebar, click Issue type schemes. You'll see which workflow scheme the project currently uses.
Click Associate to begin the migration process. Each issue needs to have a valid status, so you may need to assign statuses to a select number of issues after you switch workflow schemes.
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