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Roadmap per person?

Is there a way to visualize roadmap for one single person? I mean, see what tasks are assigned to a specific person in our team in the timeline?

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Hi @Sandra Kawamoto,

h6. Option 1 - Basic

You can adjust the view settings of your Schedule to group by *Person*. This displays a separate timeline view for each assignee.

h6. Option 2 - Advanced

Alternatively, if your team is small enough, you could create unique issue sources that simply append “AND Assignee = userA” for each assignee. Then, create unique plans for each person and aggregate them into a Program for a high level view of each team member’s scope/schedule.

Best,

Cameron

Oh @Cameron Eldridge, you helped a lot. Option 1 is what we need. Our team is small, but I didn't understand Option 2. "Create unique plans"?

But now I realized that Portfolio is not taking the assignee in Jira into consideration to define the schedule. I defined personA as assignee for a Story and all its subtasks in Jira, but when the roadmap was constructed, other people were assigned to that Story in Portfolio. Can you figure out what is wrong?

Take a look at your plan settings. Ensure that the Assignee Import Level is set to Epic or higher. 

Deleted user Jun 05, 2018

Thanks @Cameron Eldridge,

I have learnt something new today about Portfolio for JIRA. :)

You’re welcome, @[deleted]!

@Cameron Eldridge, setting the Assignee Import Level resolved. Thanks a lot.

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Deleted user Jun 04, 2018

Hi @Sandra Kawamoto,

In Portfolio for JIRA, you can look at the capacity view though it will not give you a timeline for each user.

My suggestion would be to look into the Activity Timeline add-on for JIRA if you require a timeline specifically.

Hope this helps

Thanks Danny, I'll see Activity Timeline. 

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