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I have a simple plan with 4 Epics and several stories under each. I have created estimates for each story and I want to see how these will lay out on my schedule with a future start date for the project. When I click on Auto-Schedule, it changes everything to start today.
I have tried setting the start date manually for the first story in the plan, hoping that this would influence the start dates for all subsequent stories based on the dependencies and prioritization.
When I try the Auto-Schedule, it always resets my start date to today.
Yes, I created a single team with a weekly capacity.
Hi, again, @C_ Derek Fields
We just came up with something that worked for us, more or less.
We created a release using:
We then ran the autoschedule and it worked as expected, meaning the planning start date was the release start date.
Hope this helps.