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EPIC-bar in roadmap is not matching underlying story's

Dirk-Jan Dijkman
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May 01, 2023

Hi, for some epics in the roadmap the bar is not matching with the story-timeline. Although active story's in sprint 23 the epic-bar does not show this. Some error-message about not matching start and end-dates but cannot find in the epic where to adjust this. Do not know if this is the reason for not showing. 


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Dirk-Jan Dijkman
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May 03, 2023

I found the solution which is quite easy. You just drag the bar of the epic to the right to cover the underlying stories. 

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Trudy Claspill
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May 01, 2023

Hello @Dirk-Jan Dijkman 

Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

As per this documentation concerning parent issues (i.e. Epics)

"Parent issues on your roadmap's timeline are scheduled using the Start date and Due date, regardless of whether you’re planning for scrum or kanban teams."

It further states that if the fields are blank in the parent issue then the dates will be inferred from the child issues.


That document also has a link to this document that talks more about that date roll-up process.

If you are not using start and end dates in the child issues, but instead relying on the start and end dates of sprints, then all child issues must be assigned to sprints with start and end dates in order for the roll up to work.

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