Today, we are renaming the Marketplace add-on Portfolio for Jira to Advanced Roadmaps for Jira.
In the year since Portfolio for Jira 3.0 was introduced for Server and Data Center customers, customers have been rapidly building their own intuitive, drag-and-drop plans based on real-time information from Jira Software.
We’ve doubled down on adding new ways to plan, visualize, and manage work in Portfolio since the 3.0 launch, but we know that our reach has been limited as more Atlassian customers have begun to embrace our Cloud products.
As a result, we’ve worked behind the scenes to make these capabilities available on Cloud, and today are officially announcing them as the latest addition to Jira Cloud Premium.
With this change, we took the opportunity to look at how we refer to our our planning solutions more holistically. We have rapidly expanded our product family over the past year and have more choice for our customers than ever when it comes to solving how they plan, track, and communicate work across teams. To help you navigate those choices, we are introducing the following naming conventions across our deployment options:
Roadmaps (available as part of all Jira Software Cloud plans)
Enterprise Roadmaps (available as part of Jira Align)
We believe these names both clarify and unify our approach to roadmapping at every level. The primary value of Portfolio for Jira is to provide a roadmap that is real-time, collaborative, and richly featured to communicate plans and the status of work in an intuitive way, and the name Advanced Roadmaps conveys that.
If you haven’t taken a look at Advanced Roadmaps in a while, we invite you to take it for a spin! Regardless of whether you’re on Cloud, Server, or Data Center, you’ll have the same product experience.
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