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What is the most efficient method for manually migrating Jira projects? Edited

Let's assume we only need to move the project configs - issues types, workflows, schemes, etc, and not the issues.

Also forget Project Configurator.  End user ain't buyin'

Is there a way that cuts out at least part of the manual effort of manually recreating the product, or at least a preferred order of work?

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Joe Pitt Community Leader Jan 22, 2020

No. Since you aren't moving the issues I'd verify you actually need all the old workflows, schemes, etc. and when you currently have can't be used. Otherwise you're just building up a new project from scratch and whatever order is used is irrelevant. 

Everything is new. It's all needed.

Well, it's possible to export q workflow and reimport, right?  Wouldn't that at least eliminate the need for manually recreating it? I guess that's the only effort reducing piece.

Like Rob Horan likes this

Thanks.  I have already suggested they incorporate this into their process, so at least they don't have to recreate their workflow, which is.... large.

Still there is so much more that will need to be created manually. 

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