- 7 dev teams working in their own project.
- Issues types used today are Epics/Stories/Bugs/Tasks/Subtasks - managed by the teams within their project but some Epics include work from multiple projects.
- 3 week sprint cycle aligning their output with a common release to production ie v151, v152, v153 etc. We track this as the Fix Version in issues.
- Sprints include general features/bugs for all Brands we support and some Epics/Stories are tied to a specific or multiple Brands.
- Brand names are added to tickets using a multi-select custom field and are tracked across all issue types.
- Our company currently plans a Roadmap in a slide deck broken down by Quarter containing high level features that require effort from multiple teams.
- Some roadmap features need to be delivered by a certain date or for specific customers, others could potentially be deprioritized and new unplanned feature work added later.
- Dev teams point and plan work for the next sprint just days before the current sprint ends.
- Epics/Stories/Bugs/Tasks/Subtasks don't get assigned start/due dates, they just get "added" to a sprint using the Fix Version field once planned during the sprint prior.
We need to have a roadmap view in Jira that shows where we are within a specific Quarter to ensure we are going to deliver the features planned.
We need to present a view by Brand showing what Sprint specific features will be delivered in or were delivered.
We need a view of cross team dependencies/blockers.
We need to have a plan view where we can see potential impacts or trade-offs of rearranging/adding/removing work.
How can we start using Advanced Roadmaps? What process changes could we make?
Slide Deck Quarterly Work = Quarter Issue Type Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4?
Each Feature planned within a Quarter = Initiative?
Are Cross-Project releases needed? Are they helpful?
Can we view a roadmap status for the Quarters/Initiatives without the Epics/Stories from each project having defined Start/End dates?
Please share your thoughts!
Sounds like you have quite a complicated use case for Advanced Roadmaps. I'm going to throw a volley of documentation links your way that might help with your setup, and if you have any further questions feel free to reach out.
One note before you get too far down this road is that currently Team-managed projects aren't compatible with Advanced Roadmaps, though the functionality is coming very soon.
This is a pretty comprehensive list to get you started. That whole docset has some good reading that might be of interest to you, but if you have other questions, feel free to reach out here or to our support channels at support.atlassian.com/contact.
Question for you, we've built out a Q3 & Q4 2021 Advanced Roadmap with ~20 Epics slated for Delivery in the next 2 Quarters. From a New Feature Request standpoint, is there a way to "Add Flag" or "Block" at the Epic Level in Advanced Roadmaps similar to JIRA At the Team Level? Or Existing Functionality to Temporarily "Block" Epics that are "On Hold"
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