hello @Jules .
the easier way i can think of is to search for those issues, then use the bulk edit
I see you posted this in the next-gen channel. For next-gen specifically, you can only access this feature through the global issue navigation. Steps:
Visit the issues and filters page by click on 'Issues and Filters' in the global view of navigation (if you are in a project, first click on the Jira logo on the top left), then on navigate into 'Search issues':
Here you can filter out the issues you want to move using the filter bar. Once your filter is set up, click on the top-right menu to open the dropdown where 'Bulk edit' lives:
That will take you to the multistep process where you can choose to edit/move all your issues in one go 🚀
This doesn't work for me. When I select the issues to bulk edit, if I select "Move" under Choose Operation then I only get options to move to a new project or to migrate the issue-type into another issue-type.
If I select Edit Issues then I can alter a large number of fields but none are to do with the Epic.
I also can't seem to assign an EPIC if I try a bulk import from CSV. The only option that looks like it might work is parent-id but this errors as I believe it's intended for you to link sub-tasks to parents rather than to an epic.
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