I created a new plan, included two projects into it.
Then I created a shared release containing two versions from the above projects.
I committed changes in the plan, but the shared release isn't there in any of the projects. What did I do wrong?
Hi @Yuliia Zhyliaieva ,
Cross-Project releases don't exist within Jira, they are a conceptual feature within Advanced Roadmaps only.
Documentation for releases can be found here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/advancedroadmapscloud/creating-releases-998651295.html
Thank you, Michael!
I am still confused, though - following your link I found the article that says:
When you create a cross-project release and commit it to Jira, the release will be transformed into a regular release in each of the Jira projects that are part of the cross-project release.
Issues assigned to the cross-project release in a plan will be assigned to the respective project-specific release in the issue's Jira project.
Doesn't it mean that if I create a cross project release, it will appear in each of my projects?
So when Portfolio for Jira Cloud was rebranded as Advanced Roadmaps, it also underwent a large design/UI change (From Live Plan to Improved Interface they're called)
It's been a little while since I've worked with either version, but from reading the documentation it looks like a couple of things are happening:
Looks like it's just deprecated functionality now.
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