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How to use drag and drop to show dependencies as a link for Jira Roadmaps plan?


For JIRA Roadmaps plan in DataCenter version, how can I use 'drag and drop' to enable/show dependencies as a link between issues? Please refer to the attached snippet. If not 'drag and drop', is there any other way to show the link/line (or the curved line that you see in the snippet) for dependencies between issues?jira link.JPG

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Hi @Tanvir Hossain and welcome to the Community!

The data center version does not have this slick visualisation. Your screenshot is from the standard roadmap in cloud, but this does not exist in the on prem version. Dependencies on the roadmap in Data Center are shown as badges, as you can see in this example:

For a more graphical representation - although still not as fancy - you could look at the dependencies report 

Hope this helps!

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Hi @Tanvir Hossain ,


As mentioned above, this feature is currently only available in our Cloud version of Advanced Roadmaps. There is some interest in having this added to the Data Center version - I'd suggest adding your vote to this existing feature request to show your interest:


KInd regards,


Thanks, @Emma Ysebaert  I Just Voted! But looks like the user story that you linked to me is a newly created user story. and there are only 2 votes. I am surprised to see that no one showed interest on this matter before!

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Danno Community Leader Jul 14, 2022

@Tanvir HossainI don't know what would limit that feature in DataCenter but it works in the Cloud version. I'm guessing you need to create a start date/end date or just click in the Gannt chart area to create a timeline bar for the issue you want to link to.

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