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  1. Jira Cloud
  2. JRACLOUD-8663

Ability to share components between projects



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      NOTE: This suggestion is for JIRA Cloud. Using JIRA Server? See the corresponding suggestion.

      Atlassian Update: 23rd December 2015

      Hi all,

      Thanks for participating in this issue, either by voting, commented or just watching. We highly value your feedback in all forms, and through suggestions in jira.atlassian.com is not different. We use this channel often to learn the best we can with how customers use JIRA and how we can continue to improve the experience for as many users as possible.

      We have revisited this issue again recently and wanted to reiterate that there are still currently no plans to implement this suggestion, and it is not currently on any JIRA team’s roadmap at this stage.

      Please remember that jira.atlassian.com is one of many inputs for the JIRA roadmap. You can learn more about our process here.

      I understand that our decision may be disappointing. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

      Kerrod Williams
      Kerrod (dot) Williams (at) atlassian (dot) com
      Product Manager, JIRA

      It would be nice if a component could be shared between projects. This way it would be possible to search for issues across projects and specify a component and produce stats cross project that are easier to read.


      As a workaround, it's possible to retrieve the components of a project through API, then create them in the new project.

      For more information on how to do both operations, please refer to the following documentation:


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