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Is there a way to take a copy of a project in Next Gen?

Can you make a copy of a Next Gen Project with the data included? 

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Esther Strom Community Leader Oct 28, 2020

Are you asking if there's a way to make a backup of a next-gen project, or are you looking to actually create a second copy of the project in your Jira instance?

Answering the second question first; natively there's no way to create a new version of a next-gen project, with or without data. Classic projects are set up to allow shared configurations; next-gen projects by design are 100% standalone.

As for backups, it's possible for a Jira admin to create a backup of your entire Jira cloud instance, but not of a single project. You could export the data in your project by creating a filter that displays all tickets, and then exporting to CSV or another format. That file could then be used to import data into another project or Jira instance.

Thanks that is what I thought

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