Creating a Backup of Process templates in Azure DevOps

Sometimes we do make mistakes in editing a Process template but right now if you see there are no ways to export process templates to backup.But there is a workaround you can use so that you won’t have to undo the changes again in the main process template

The idea is to create a copy of the current process template before editing it and you can follow the below steps to do it

Step 1: Go to Organization Settings

Step 2: Click on Process

Step 3: Then click on 3 dots next to any of the process templates

Step 4: Then select the Process template and click on Create a Copy of inherited Process

Step 5: You can give a name and then click on “Copy Process”.

It will be listed as shown below

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