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Showing Sprints in timeline in Advanced Roadmaps for Jira (formally known as Portfolio)


In the Advanced Roadmaps for Jira Server, version 3.28.0 (formally known as Portfolio):

How can I show my plan vs. sprints in the timeline view? (instead of the time range dates;  not as a column)

Sprints should include the active and planned sprints, as well as the virtual ones 'simulated' by portfolio, as we had in the legacy interface.



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If I understand you correctly, this should add the sprints to the timeline view:

  • View Settings > Group By Team
  • Check "Show capacity on timeline"

This shows me all the active and planned sprints with their names and adds "projected sprints" as needed.

What seems to be not available at the moment is to assign a sprint to a team. So if you have multiple teams/sprints running in parallel the layout is a bit messed up.

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