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I'm attempting to set up Portfolio for Jira, and I need to know if that software needs to see the Start Date of Fix Version. We do not fill in that field, but we do fill in the Release Date field for each Version. Is this enough?
We run on a schedule where our development team works on a ticket for the length of a Sprint, and then we turn it over to our stakeholders for UAT for about three weeks before that code is released into production. Will Portfolio be able to figure out what we're doing here, or is there any way I can help Portfolio better understand?
I'm wondering if the Version Start Date needs to be filled in, with the start date of the corresponding Sprint or something. But I would prefer to fill in only the Release Date of the Version -- since often tickets have to be flexed into a Release later, even after the Sprint in which most of the tickets from that Release were completed.