Is there a way to template Projects? Or create pre-defined sets of Issues which can be added?

Added by Deane Barker almost 6 years ago

Is there any way to "template" a project type? So, when you create a project, it comes with a standard set of issues?

We have a number of standard tasks that exist for every project, and we'd like to be able to pick from a set of "standard" project types that are pre-stubbed out with a pre-defined set of issues. Either that, or we'd like to be able to "bundle" issues up, and mass-add them all to a project in one shot.

Does this exist, either as core functionality or a plugin? (For the record, I RTFM'd through every page of the plugin directory looking for this.)

Replies (4)

RE: Is there a way to template Projects? Or create pre-defined sets of Issues which can be added? - Added by Alfredo Bonilla almost 6 years ago

Projects can be copied from the administration forms. There you decide what do you want to copy: members, versions, issues... so you could prepare some "template project" to be copied later.

Regarding to the issues, you could, once copied the project, perform some bulk edit for changing dates, assignees, etc...

RE: Is there a way to template Projects? Or create pre-defined sets of Issues which can be added? - Added by Deane Barker almost 6 years ago

Projects can be copied from the administration forms

What do you mean by that, exactly?

RE: Is there a way to template Projects? Or create pre-defined sets of Issues which can be added? - Added by zach bricker almost 6 years ago

http://www.redmine.org/plugins/process_framework

That's what you're looking for, or the closest to one you'll find to what you're looking for. Less skimming during your RTFM'ing next time maybe ;)

RE: Is there a way to template Projects? Or create pre-defined sets of Issues which can be added? - Added by Alfredo Bonilla almost 6 years ago

Deane Barker wrote:

Projects can be copied from the administration forms

What do you mean by that, exactly?

From Administration / Projects, you can copy an existing project (the template)

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