How to merge two projects in one project

Dhruva Verma
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November 1, 2022

I am hiring for the company, so I need to create a new project for every new recruitment. So, How can I build a project where I can add multiple new recruitment requirements, under the same project? 

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November 2, 2022

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There's no such concept as a project container, other than the Category field, which is for reporting only (it doesn't affect how projects work, just lets you group them, and run a search for "issues in all the projects in this category".

But, it sounds to me like you just need issues in a single project.

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November 2, 2022

Hello @Dhruva Verma 

Welcome to the community!!

For each new recruitment requirement, you can create a separate issue in the same project.

This way you will not need to create a new project for every new recruitment and have all the data in a single project. This will also help you with the reporting as well.

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