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Is it possible to change the default issue types when creating a next-gen project?

We'd like to have all available issues type be the default when creating a new next-gen project?  Is these a place to configure that or an you only add additional types once the project is created?

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Hi @Glenn Bernsohn

At present each Next-Gen project comes with a standard set of issue types (set at creation or suggested when configuring the project). If you have custom issue types, you'll need to add them to each project post-creation.

The roadmap does confirm that configuration sharing is coming in 2020:

For teams that want to share next-gen project configurations and best practices, you’ll be able to copy a project, including custom issue types and workflows. Projects will continue to remain independent after you copy them. This will be particularly helpful for teams that want to share next-gen best practices across teams.

See it and other upcoming releases on the roadmap here.

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