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Why Does Auto-schedule Changes Start Date of Task

In my Advanced Roadmap plan I have a task that starts on January 17th, when I apply Auto-schedule it moves the start date to 21st of February.

Any suggestions what the root cause of this is?

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Barnali Putatunda
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Jan 20, 2023

When scheduling issues, the Auto-scheduler looks at the issue’s start and end date. Generally, any assigned dates take priority for an issue.

But in your case as you mentioned that your issue has a start date still auto scheduler shifts the date. I am assuming in this case you might just set the start date in your advanced roadmap & not yet committed to that date in JIRA. So, within Jira the start date for the issue is yet not known. Please check if this is case with your issue as well or not.


Hi Barnali, thanks for your feedback. Yes the Start Date is set with the Jira task. Within the Roadmap plan I changed both the "Target date" & "Start date" to January 16th and after Auto-schedule it still moves to 21st February.

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