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Do we have a way to compar and track against baseline in the advanced roadmaps for jira

Do we have a way to compare and track against baseline in the advanced roadmaps for Jira.

A tracker that can show how we are doing against the baseline plan and what items are behind schedule?

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@Shubha ,

No, there is no way to track by baseline.

If you set start/end dates to epic and issues are planned for a sprint or set issue's dates after the epic's dates you'll get a warning on the plan that the epic has issues that end after the epic.

 

I hope it helps.

Elad.

I see that you can manage planned dates (“target start” and “target end”) and actual dates (“Start date” and “Due date”), but you cannot compare or manage “baseline”. There is no way to track by baseline.

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