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If you import a project that does not exist in Jira, how can you indicate the project template you want to use?
In the Jira fields that appear in the drop-down menu, there is none of them related to the template?
That's not what project import does. The import takes the config from the Jira you are importing from.
I am not importing from Jira, I use a Csv file to import projects from other system and I would like to use a specific template I have created in Jira. In the cvs it is posible to indicte the project name, project type,... but not the project template. This is my question, how I can indicate the template to use.
Ok, but that still applies. Project import imports issues into an existing project. It does not create a project.
If the project does not exist, using import from a csv file create the project.
My question is, is it possible to indicate the template for that project?
As far as I know it is possible to indicate :
But I don't know how to select the template you want.
thanks for your help
You don't. The import will create a simple standard project without using a template.