Change all projects created from blueprint

Hi! It'd be great to be able to have the option to alter all projects created from a blueprint, with actions such as changing a task name, an assignee, or adding a new task to the process. We have 40 projects launched from a blueprint that has 160 steps. It'd be great to be able to make a small but important change in the blueprint and then have that change reflected in all of the projects created from the blueprint, so we don't have to go into each launched project, dig through it to find the location where the change is needed, make the change, and then do that again 40 times.

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Thank you for posting this suggestion Desiree Dixon! 🤗 I'm passing it on to our Product team now 👍

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Hi, I've got the some problem.
Lisa Is the Product team working on it and you've got some news for us? 🙂

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Hi Kevin Halblau, thanks for checking in! 

Our Product Feedback forum works based on a voting system, you can find more detail on that here. In short, once any suggestion reaches 60 upvotes from the Community, we check with our Product team to assign a status here. For this reason, please make sure to upvote the original post above if you haven't yet - the number of votes helps the team understand how popular the suggestion is. 

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