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How to copy a Next-gen project to a new project

I'm already progressing nicely through my project and will have a new project starting soon, so most of the epics and issues will be the same or of similar type.

Is there a way I can copy the existing project with epics and issues so I don't have to recreate them again from scratch?

Cheers Guys :-)

 

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Ravi Sagar _Sparxsys_
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Feb 14, 2020

Hi @James Tucker 

You can try the CSV import feature in Jira. It will copy the issues from the CSV to your project. Just make sure you project has similar issue types, fields and columns.

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Hi @Ravi Sagar _Sparxsys_ 

Thanks for the update so basically create a CSV import file with the standard repeatable issues and use this as a template for every new project? Brilliant really liking this Next-gen option of Jira 😃

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