Moving Stories between Projects

Hi guys,

First off: A Happy New Year of course.

As you may have guessed: we are not yet experts in this but working hard on it so pls let me know if we are doing this wrong:
I want to deploy "projects" as I see it applied in Kunagi.
Our team takes on stories pertaining to more than one project as I see it. It therefore seems to me like the way to go is to have one project holding the incoming stories and then working projects where these stories are transferred to when they can be accepted into the sprint stream.
I would therefore like the ability to export a story in ex XML and to import it again to another project (or copy/paste/move)


Statement from Kunagi Team

Same as sto241.


Issue is closed.


Tue, Jan 7, 2014, 22:59 by artjom (PO,T)

Hello Karsten,

first of all, thanks for your feedback. Getting to know about suggestions, questions, and problems from Kunagi users is very helpful for developent. What's more, hearing from people use Kunagi encourages us to continue with the project.

As for your question: I completely agree with your approach. Unfortunately, Kunagi does not support this feature yet. We have loose plans to prowide read and read/write APIs for Kunagi (sto185, sto186). Once this is done, features like this could be implemented easier and even be provided as plug ins. Moving Stories between projects is a feature that makes sense regardless. Since I cannot find a corresponding Idea or Story at the moment, I will move your request to our Ideas section so it can be converted to a Story and be implemented eventually.

I hope that in the meantime you will somehow manage to get on with your work. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Wed, Jan 8, 2014, 07:28 by Karsten Jeppesen

Hi Artjom,
Sorry??? You have nothing to be sorry about. Its a great system, and likely never to be finished. :-)

Wed, Jan 8, 2014, 08:50 by Witek (SM,T)

Have a look into sto241. Will be shipped with the next release.

Wed, Jan 8, 2014, 09:57 by artjom (PO,T)

That was actually the Story I was looking for yesterday.

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