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What would happen if I have both a Kanban board and Scrum board as Sources for my Roadmap?

Would there be any problems with showing data on the Roadmap plan if I have boards that are configured as Kanban and Scrum? 

Can I still unlock Sprint planning features on the Roadmap if one of my issue sources is a Kanban board?

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Curt Holley Community Leader Mar 03, 2022

Hi @Lena Boiser 

Yes, you can do all of those things, no problem.

I set all teams up as "Scrum" team type as our kanban based team still use story points so that way we can have Story points as the Estimation type for the plan....and I still point the kanban team at their board as the Team issue source. The net result is (as below) the Knaban team just show up as having "Projected sprints", where the teams with sprints (AT & OP in the below example) show their actual sprints.

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