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Planning/roadmap overview: how? Edited

Hello,

I am part of a team that is creating a new product (not software!) and I would like to use Jira to support our daily work.

I have figured out how to use the scrum board. This works ok (although I cannot find the Convert to Subtask button in the new issue look and have to switch to the old look everytime... Anyone?).

What I really need is a planning or roadmap overview. I hope someone can give me some tips.

So let's say we have a 2 week sprint. But these sprints are part of something bigger, there is an overall planning. For now we have a set a global planning towards 31-12-2018. By then we want to have a certain part of our product ready.  How do I input this in Jira in order to get a nice planning overview that is presentable to our CEO?

For example

I understand that my example is from a paid plugin for Jira. But something like this (albeit a bit smpler) must be already present in Jira?

Is there perhaps a way to create a planning overview using Releases? If so, how?

Thanks!

1 answer

We use JIRA 7.12 server version.

 

There is no built-in function like what you have shown in your screenshot.

 

This functionality would only be available via an add-on or via JIRA Portfolio.

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