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Due Date vs. Target End Date

The Due Date is used by us as Feature Complete Date. The Target End Date is the time at which a feature is deployed.


This now triggers a warning in the Portfolio Plan, because the Due Date must not be before the Target End Date.

Now it is different from company to company how the dates are used and what they mean. Especially if there are Kanban and Scrum teams at the same time

According to our company rules, a due date can therefore be before the Target End Date. So where can I configure the warnings in Portfolio?

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Brant Schroeder Community Leader Aug 25, 2021

@Helmut Schreiber Target dates are a delivered feature in portfolio that are used for planning and to show when work is expected to begin and end.  These are not a hard deadline like a due date.  Sounds like you just need to change the usage of the fields to align with the software.  There is no way to change the warnings.

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