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    JHolman commented  · 

    As part of this, can we set it up to flag/protect a structure from the easy Delete option? If the arbitrary cloning gets coded soon, there is not as much a need for it. However, with the current copy/clone process, too easy to accidentally delete your main structure. And with no undo, that is very undesirable.

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    JHolman commented  · 

    Update - another issue with this process is when we have a storm of new projects, we could easily click Delete next to the wrong structure. Will enter a separate idea for handling that.

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    JHolman commented  · 

    Following those steps does not create a new key so it is a copy of the original, not a clone. And if I then paste more than once, those items are Merged as the article says. At this point the only way we can achieve what we need is to create one structure in its own project, enter several copies manually of the template we need and move a set with bulk move when we need them. This will only work for our template that has about 20 items and not the one with 100s. Once we have the bulk clone feature we can move forward. In the mean time, I will attempt a video of what I am doing and upload to youtube, providing the url.

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    JHolman commented  · 

    I went to Manage Structures, and did Copy for the template structure and cloned the issues. Then went to Issues and did a filter for those new issues. Performed a bulk move to another project. Then I could drag those into it's structure. The only issue with this is losing the hierarchy and that's a big issue.

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    JHolman commented  · 

    Will try that and get back to you.

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    JHolman commented  · 

    If I do that, then the copied in objects are updated everywhere they are used, correct? They need to be unique.

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    We need to bulk clone from within one structure to within another. I just tested the template structure, but you can only clone the issues to a brand new structure, not to a certain point in an existing structure. For multiple items, we need to clone them and be able to put them at a certain point in another structure. We need to do this several times in the same target structure with new keys on each multiple clone/move. For instance, if we can bulk clone within MyStructureForTemplates, then bulk move them to another project/structure, we could get by. Or just a bulk clone over to the new project/structure without having to do the move.

    Project 1/MyStructureForTemplates:
    Epic template
    Story template
    Task template
    Task template

    Project 2/Structure 2:
    Clone1 Epic template
    Clone 1 Story template
    Clone 1 Task template
    Clone 1 Task template
    Clone2 Epic template
    Clone 2 Story template
    Clone 2 Task template
    Clone 2 Task template

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    JHolman commented  · 

    One more note, we would be cloning the template from PR/STR 1 to PR/STR 2 under each epic in PR/STR 2.

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    JHolman commented  · 

    Bulk clone would be good as well. We could clone within the same project/structure, then move those to another project/structure. But that would also require a bulk move. As of right now, there is no easy way to create a "template" of numerous issues in one structure as a template and then clone those for use in another structure. We are stuck. We will have 100 or more test considerations to clone for each new enhancement.

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    JHolman commented  · 

    The problem I am running into with this is we want a separate instance of the issue, not a copy. The copy means if you update in one structure, it's updated, which we don't want. The cloned issues need to have key prefixes like the structure they are being copied into so they show up on that planning board in GrassHopper (or be a part of the project or whatever it is they need).

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    JHolman commented  · 

    With test cases, we do not use Resolved, we go straight to Closed. Otherwise, it is an extra step. Therefore, we do not see the checkmark when closed.

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    JHolman commented  · 

    It seems to already left align, appearing like Structure. My data was longer, so I highlighted the columns and made the cells wrap so I could see all the data. This aligned Top, just like in Structure. Two possibilities for the hierarchy clarity are 1) make the font in the multi-line columns a smaller font (personally feel this is overboard) and 2) Create a greater indent within the Summary field in Excel for each level of hierarchy. Fixing these issues is a nice-to-have. The real issue for us is it appearing with the carriage returns. Thank you for going into detail on this.

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