I know the option to duplicate and reschedule a project very well and use and like it a lot.
I have a master template for a project that I use to create around 10 projects per year from duplicates. So far so good.
What I (and obviously other users) am/are missing is the option to reschedule (move) an EXISTING project.
The situation is as follows: If I have about 10 duplicates from my template over roundabout a year it gives me an overview how each is maybe connected to an event or I can take national holidays in consideration and so on. And if I recognize some overlapping or whatever I just want to move a project - like possible while duplicating - by first or last task, milestone … whatever.
I read about the mass actions but these are not that comfortable to use and just for tasks within a project.
I wonder what it makes it so difficult to provide the same functionality that exists for duplicates to reschedules (moves)?!?
Beside the option to duplicate projects while rescheduling and deleting the previous one my only idea for a workaround is to use a different tool (calendar, what else) to first plan all projects exactly by their start or end dates and then duplicate my template. But could this really be the only way in a project management???
And what about if a complete project needs to be shifted completely for whatever reason? Moving all tasks separately? While the subtasks are not being moved initially? Honestly no.