I have a project, where we have sprints, epics, and tasks.
We have a plan of what we think we will do in the upcoming sprints.
Is there a way to show the sprints (all of the not just the active one) as columns, and then the epics and tasks as rows showing up in sprint where they are planned?
I can't find a way to do this in the version I have, but maybe there are apps/extensions that have these fuctions?
Maybe you need a addon, look at this
So Advanced roadmaps looks like the thing I need. But is this an app you activate in Jira or in Confluence? Cause if I go to manage apps in Jira and search for Advanced roadmaps I get 0 hits, and I can't find it searching for advanced in project management tools either. I also can't find it in Confluence - New apps. We are on a standard cloud plan for both Confluence and Jira.
Hi @Kristine Ursfjord ,
I just want to make sure you've found the "Capacity Planning View" in Advanced Roadmaps. You can find it under the view switcher (or, just group by team and select "Show capacity on timeline" in view settings).
In this view, your issues are grouped by team, and the team's sprints are displayed as columns in the group heading.
It does require that your issue source is a board that has sprints, and you've set up a team with that board as the issue source. It won't work with a project or filter as an issue source. You'll need to assign the issues to the team as well.
You can find the documentation for capacity planning here - https://confluence.atlassian.com/advancedroadmapscloud/capacity-and-velocity-998651192.html
Hi @Kristine Ursfjord ,
May be Agile User Story Map & Roadmap (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1222309/agile-user-story-map-roadmap-for-jira?tab=overview&hosting=datacenter) will fit your need. It supports both user story mapping and roadmap in only one plugin. And you can view roadmap according to release/sprints in this plugin too. This plugin is very easy to use, to schedule your product and manage multiple projects and tasks.
May be you need a try out.
I hope that this will help to solve.
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