There must an easy way to copy a project

Hi there

I have many projects already, and would like easily copy from one project. That must be possible? Just don't know how.....



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Using export/import. Google returned this result on basically the same question:

There a couple of plugins, including a built in groovy script to "Copy Project". And there's Jonas' suggestion which will direct you to relative information.

Not sure if you're talking about copying a project's content (as others have inferred) or copying a project's configuration. If the latter, you may want to explore the Project Creator for JIRA add-on, especially if you want non-Administrators to be able to do that copying.

Hi Betsy Im talking about taking a project, and all it's content (issues etc) and it's configuration, copy it to another project, and then change some names etc. We do a lot of projects, and I don't want to build them from scratch every time. Cheers, Jens

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