With the enhancements made back in v10.76, why would I want to create a Time Project of type "Epic" vs "Stand-alone"?
Our wanting to tie their EPICs to Time Reporting and we need to understand the benefits of doing this? Is there anything we should look out for when creating a Time Project of type "Epic"?
To my mind there are two key differences.
- a "Stand-Alone" is at the feature level - small work, able to be completed within a typical PI
- an Epic is a larger group of work, that will span more than one typical PI.
If this business rule is not in place, one should consider something similar to help avoid confusion to the users and stakeholders.
While both are able to have financials and financials budgets the largest difference is, you are unable to associate Jira Align time tracking to a "stand-alone" feature. OFC - this statement assume I did not miss an update in release notes :)
This was specific to updates with our time tracking functionality in Jira Align. Are. you using time tracking?
The key aspect was a customer request to tie time entry to financials via the Epics. Epics in Jira Align can have budgets and financials. The details were documented here: https://help.jiraalign.com/hc/en-us/articles/360051667713-Upcoming-Enhancements-to-Jira-Align-Time-Tracking#h_01ECXA90B8QGYPSXF8A8Q37DYE
This also provides the ability to track time (time tracking) and work (stories to features to epics) via the Epic.
Does this help?
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