Is there a way to display estimated time for a JIRA Story in the Confluence calendar?

For example, if I add an estimate of 5d to a JIRA story, I'd like to display this on the Confluence Calendar Timeline as a 5 day block of time.

 

This would be much easier to manage than using a start and end date on every story (as these are likely to change, whereas a time estimate would only ever be added once).

 

It would be even more useful to be able to 'drag & move' said block around the Confluence Calendar Timeline, altering the start date and end date of the Story automatically.

 

Is any of this already possible?

 

Cheers,

Ben

 

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Hi Ben Lowther,

You can't. You only can use a range with:

  • issue created date
  • issue resolved date
  • issue due date

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But you can use JIRA Agile Sprint to see the start and the finish of your sprint.

Regards,

Lameck.

 

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