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Issues Migration


Before I migrate the issues from classic project to the Next gen i need to know if I migrate issues will they disappear in the classic one? I want to copy them rather than migrate.

My goal is to keep the issues either in the classic and next gen projects.

Thank you in advanced!

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Hi Magdalena,

If you have to clone a lot of issues you can try our Markeptlace app Deep Clone for Jira. With that you can bulk clone thousands of issues at once. It also supports cloning between classic and next-gen projects.

Don't hesitate to get in touch with our support, if you have quesitons or feedback.

Awesome, thank you !

trying this now 

@Mikaela Bertucci , @Magdalena_Migas , I hope everything worked out well.

Let me know if you have questions or feedback about Deep Clone for Jira

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Yes, because you are moving them from one project to another.

If you want to split them and move the new half, most people will clone and move the new one.  This does, of course, make them entirely independent of each other.

oh yes thank you !

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