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How to show critical path?

Figured others have run into a similar issue -- there doesn't seem to be a straightforward way to show critical path/issues without float in Jira. Does anyone know of a way to circumvent this through an automation rule, add-on, etc.?

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@Arlene_Amaya What about using Story point on issues as Critical path ? I mean sort issues by Story Points, as more story point on issues more critical is the issue, am i wrong ?

 

HTH

Nicolas

Hi Nicolas, we already use story points as a measurement of effort. However, we want to use a critical path indicator to show which tasks need to be done on time (a delay in task = delay in project). Some tasks may take significant effort (as calculated by many story points), but have a flexible due date.

So what about using a mixture of story points and due date ? more SP and closer due date => more critical path ?

 

HTH

Nicolas

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