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Help on Jira Reporting

Any suggestions for the following...we need to see multiple projects and their ticket timelines...we are using Activity Timeline plugin and can see by resource, but need to see by Project as well...any ideas?



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Hey Stacey,

Thanks for using ActivityTimeline and for your great question!

ActivityTimeline is really built to help you look at things from a resource or team member's perspective. That means we don't have a standard Gantt chart view focused on projects.

Nevertheless, you can still visualize one or multiple projects and their ticket timelines through a user-based lens by leveraging our project filters on the timeline panel. Additionally, by using an 'automatic team', the system will group together users involved in the same project, giving you a more project-focused view within the existing framework.

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This way, you can simultaneously assess resource allocation and project timelines to make more informed decisions.

I hope this helps!

Got more questions or ideas? Shoot them our way. 

Svitlana, ActivityTimeline Team 

Thank you for your reply.  The issue is that it groups the projects vs. doing a line per ticket in the project...even if I search for a specific ticket, the right side of the screen does not update.  Do you happen to do webx calls so we can share our screen and show what's happening vs. what we need?

Sure, let's talk details in a Q&A session. Use the link below to schedule a meeting at a time that's good for you:

Svitlana, ActivityTimeline Team

I think we got most things figured out.  The last question we have is based on the following scenario...


Project A has Stories and within each story are links to Project B tickets..  We want to be able to filter for a single Project A ticket and see all tickets linked, including Project A ticket.  Doable? 

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