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Timetable and PM work

Hi everyone,

we are working with Jira Portfolio to set up a timetable and do some PM work.

Any suggestions how to have issues scheduled just by entering a target start and target end without any estimation and without assigning them to a release/team?

Thanks in advance

Phil

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Hi Phil,

Switch from Schedule to Target schedule, and the un-estimated Issues will show up light blue on the timeline lining up with the target dates like this:

Screen Shot 2019-01-16 at 4.30.47 PM.png

Regards,
Earl

Thanks Earl, that helps :)

Hi Earl,

as you mentioned the issues don't show up in the Schedule view, but are visible in the Target Schedule view. Do yo know why they now neither show up light blue nor dark blue but in white? The issues are not estimated and are not allocated to a team.

Thanks and regards,

Phil

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