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Labelling and Reflecting status on bars (schedule)


Have query on the Advance roadmaps:

1. Can the advance roadmaps display epic / story / task names in the schedule bars?

2. Also, can the schedule bars depict status similar to the showing status in the Fields column using Progress (count)?




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Walter Buggenhout
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May 29, 2023

Hi @Mahesh Kumar CD,

To both questions, the answer is - unfortunately - no. The schedule's bars can be coloured based on:

  • component
  • issue type
  • label
  • priority
  • project
  • status
  • team
  • supported custom fields you add 

But apart from the colouring options, there is not much you can do. The closest you can come to achieve what you seem to be trying to do, is creating a view that has just 2 columns you mention in the scope view and leave enough room for them to display side by side with the schedule. That could look somewhat like this:

Screenshot 2023-05-29 at 18.03.54.png

Having the information displayed side by side with the schedule may even leave less room for interpretation for the user than having it inside the bars.

Hope this helps!

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