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Status or Health for a Feature

I've found where you can indicate Health or Status for an Epic but I don't see a way to do that for a Feature, other than to mark it Blocked.

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Jamie Giantonio
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Mar 30, 2023

@Stephanie Davis 2 ways i can think of:

On the Roadmap page, you can set colors/statuses for Features:

Health status

The health status of an item is reflected by the colors. Right-click the bar, and then select the necessary health status. Take a look at the following list to understand the color legend:

  • Dark gray – no health

  • Blue – done

  • Orange – at risk

  • Red – critical/slip

  • Green – on track

  • Light gray – on hold

Additionally, you can configure progress bars to show status/health automatically: Here is an article to help with that configuration.

Brilliant!  Another hidden gem ... like literally hidden 

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